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Factors Contributing to Domestic Violence and Assault Charges During COVID-19
Factors Contributing to Domestic Violence and Assault Charges During COVID-19

According to Fox News , in the 28 days since New York went under lockdown, the NYPD has seen a spike in murders. Some might irresponsibly attribute this, along with the increase in domestic violence and assault offenses, to the decision to release some inmates from prison ...

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