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One Judge’s Take on the Challenges of Family Court  | DomesticShelters

One of the service provided by R3 (Redemption. Restoration. Recovery) Domestic Violence services is Trial Prep. Through the words of Oregon family court Justice, Katherine Tennyson, this is a must for any victim:

Tennyson states:  “Survivors are seldom informed about the legal process. “They think they can just go to court and tell their story and everyone will believe them.” The reality is, first impressions are everything.“It’s critical to get off to a very clear start. Once one mistake is made, everything kind of compounds on that. At the very beginning of the case, if a judge finds that something did not occur, then it’s very hard to undo.” Her advice to survivors, whether they’re looking to extend an order or protection, secure custody or something else related to domestic violence: Don’t go it alone.”

Read more here: Source: One Judge’s Take on the Challenges of Family Court  | DomesticShelters

For more information on R3 go to our website: http://www.Redemption3.com

#DomesticViolence #DomesticAbuse #Redemption3 #R3DVServices

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One comment on “One Judge’s Take on the Challenges of Family Court  | DomesticShelters

  1. Holly T. Ashley
    January 4, 2016

    Reblogged this on R3: Restoration. Recovery. Redemption and commented:

    One of the service provided by R3 (Redemption. Restoration. Recovery) Domestic Violence services is Trial Prep. Through the words of Oregon family court Justice, Katherine Tennyson, this is a must for any victim:

    Tennyson states: “Survivors are seldom informed about the legal process. “They think they can just go to court and tell their story and everyone will believe them.” The reality is, first impressions are everything.“It’s critical to get off to a very clear start. Once one mistake is made, everything kind of compounds on that. At the very beginning of the case, if a judge finds that something did not occur, then it’s very hard to undo.” Her advice to survivors, whether they’re looking to extend an order or protection, secure custody or something else related to domestic violence: Don’t go it alone.”

    Read more here: Source: One Judge’s Take on the Challenges of Family Court | DomesticShelters

    For more information on R3 go to our website: http://www.Redemption3.com

    #DomesticViolence #DomesticAbuse #Redemption3 #R3DVServices

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