Futility of No-Contact Orders in Preventing Recurrence of Domestic Violence

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Article2020 | 06 | 26

Futility of No-Contact Orders in Preventing Recurrence of Domestic Violence

Partner, Robynne Kazina, speaks to Canadian Lawyer Magazine, on the topic of family violence and societal issues in the legal system.

Protection orders can only go so far, further education is needed for lawyers, judges and police, as well as resources for community supports and safety planning for victims.

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