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AEquitas publishes the STRATEGIES newsletter and monographs on complex topic areas, emerging issues, and promising practices related to the prosecution of violence against women cases. AEquitas staff also regularly contribute to other publications. Additionally, AEquitas develops and maintains resources including statutory compilations; caselaw digests; and sample motions, briefs, protocols, and predicate questions.

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Monographs
The Prosecutors' Resource
STRATEGIES Newsletter
STRATEGIES in Brief
Additional Resources
Statutory Compilations and Caselaw Summaries

Recent Publications

Monographs

The Prosecutors' Resource

STRATEGIES Newsletter

STRATEGIES in Brief

Additional Resources

Statutory Compilations and Caselaw Summaries
The following statutory compilations and caselaw summaries are available upon request

  • Domestic Violence Arrest Policies
  • Domestic Violence Committed in the Presence of Children
  • Domestic Violence Reporting
  • Expert Testimony on Victim Behavior
  • Forfeiture by Wrongdoing
  • John Doe Arrest Warrants
  • Linking Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence
  • Medical Hearsay
  • Pimping and Related Crimes
  • Polygraph Testing of Sexual Assault Victims
  • Post Conviction DNA Testing
  • Predominant Aggressor Arrest Provisions
  • Presence of Victim Advocate in Forensic Examination
  • Prior Sexual Conduct
  • Promotion of Prostitution
  • Rape and Sexual Assault
  • Rape Shield
  • Reporting Requirement for Competent Adult Victims of Sexual Violence
  • Spousal Immunity and Martial Privilege
  • Stalking
  • Statute of Limitations for Sexual Assault Offenses
  • Strangulation
  • Victim Privileges and Confidentiality
  • Witness Intimidation


 
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