Nobody's victim

Goldberg, Stephanie B.
July 1996
ABA Journal;Jul96, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p48
Focuses on Sarah Buel's efforts to put an end to domestic violence in the United States. Buel's role as prosecutor in Quincy, Massachusetts; Buel's experiences as a battered woman; Buel's infatuation with the law; Gradual ascent to public prominence; Commendation for Buel's delicacy. INSETS: Organizing an anti-violence offensive.;Prosecuting without the witness.;Tipping the scales in favor of victims.;Making men part of the solution.


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