In the summer of 2001, I began my law career studying for the bar exam and training for the fall's New York City Marathon ? my stress reliever. Then 9/11 changed everything
...As the state's second-ever Victim Advocate, Michelle Cruz was outspoken and unafraid to take on those in power. That...
According to Black's Law Dictionary, a kangaroo court is defined a "self-appointed tribunal or mock court in which the principals of law and justice are disregarded, prevented or parodied." The term,
...take the form of letters, speeches or impromptu utterances. State Victim Advocate Michelle Cruz, a former prosecutor in Massachusetts, has seen photo collections and videos...
There's a silent struggle being waged by 1,400 families of people in Connecticut who have gone missing or who are victims of unsolved murders. It's what I call a modern-day epidemic. These families h
...for the second defendant. Further, as state's Victim Advocate Michelle Cruz reported recently, 95 percent of criminal cases in the state's...
...easily traced back to the owner," said Connecticut's victim advocate, Michelle Cruz. Linda Blozie, a public affairs director for the ...
Following several months of high-profile domestic violence cases in the state, a Superior Court judge has handed a victory to battered spouses and partners. In what could be a pioneering case, New Lo
Following several months of high-profile domestic violence cases in the state, a Superior Court judge has handed a victory to battered spouses and partners
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