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CVU NEWS

NATIONAL CRIME VICTIM’S RIGHTS WEEK APRIL 20-24

“SEEK JUSTICE / ENSURE VICTIMS’ RIGHTS / INSPIRE HOPE”4/20/20 – Nina Salarno Besselman At 12 years old I found myself with my Mother testifying in front of President Reagan’s task force on the treatment of crime victims in the criminal justice system. This became the genesis for this all-important week – wherein we not only remember those whose lives are

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CVU & Nina Salarno Besselman … Standing up for your rights

April 9, 2020 Honorable Chief Justice Tani G Cantil-SakauyeSupreme Court of California350 McAllister StreetSan Francisco, CA 94102-4797 Dear Honorable Chief Justice, First, we at Crime Victims United hope that this finds you, your family and colleagues healthy and safe during these unprecedented times. On behalf of Crime Victims United I am contacting you with concern regarding the emergency order for

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Domestic Violence Hotlines

The Coronavirus has widespread effects on our communities. Some of these effects may be less in the public eye, and Domestic Violence is of great concern. Often victims of domestic violence are already isolated from their family and friends and adding the current quarantine, loss of jobs, and the high rise in gun sales the potential for even greater violence

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