Domestic violence has plagued our communities for decades. Despite attempts to make the masses more aware, and to provide safety to victims and their families, victims continued to struggle to secure
... Danbury prosecutor Stephen Sedensky and Michelle Cruz, a former prosecutor and State Victim Advocate, have recently been talking...
Watergate. Benghazi. The Kennedy assassination. The need for government transparency has transcended the decades, as has the need for a tool for obtaining documents and information to hold the govern
At the end of the legislative session this past spring, lawmakers snuck in a law that makes it more difficult for the public, especially members of the media, to access crime scene photos
...we hope you will give this letter the same prominence you gave Michelle Cruz's July 11, 2013 op-ed piece entitled, "United...
It's been more than six months since the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy and still, the victims' families are still awaiting the disbursement of the donated funds which, for the most part, were
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,
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