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By the Numbers in North Carolina: Domestic Violence

By Hyun Namkoong 1. What is a domestic violence-related homicide under state law? Under  state law, a homicide is considered domestic violence-related if the perpetrator and victim have one or any of the following six relationships. Relationships include: (1) current or former spouses, (2) people of opposite sex who have cohabited or are cohabiting, (3) parent […]