ABSTRACT. Kelly writes that the assertion that men and women engage in similar patterns of domestic violence can be denied fairly. Markham holds that a large number of the women seeking legal assistance have mental health difficulties. Meier suggests important avenues for advancing the jurisprudence to continue to better integrate the realities of domestic violence into constitutional standards. Edwards and Haslett remark that interest in domestic violence work has been growing for many years in the restorative justice movement.



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