I Swear!
Posted by Scott Gorman - December 21, 2016
When you lose your temper, it can be hard to control what comes out of your mouth—and that’s fairly universal for people across the globe. Anger makes us say and do things we would normally consider taboo, like raising your … Continued
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Published in Categories: Domestic Violence




When Hazing Becomes Assault
Posted by Scott Gorman - November 28, 2015
Fraternities, sororities and many sports teams consider hazing to be a time-honored tradition designed to build bonds and create solidarity among the group. Hazing is integral to many organizations’ vetting process—newcomers and applicants are forced to participate in silly or … Continued
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Published in Categories: Domestic Violence, Juvenile Defense




Ray Rice Scandal Prompts Lawmakers to Act
Posted by Scott Gorman - November 14, 2015
Most people have seen the video of former NFL player Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancée hard enough to knock her unconscious and dragging her from an elevator. Those images, along with Rice’s high-profile status, have moved domestic violence to the … Continued
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Aggravated Assault
Posted by Scott Gorman - January 2, 2015
Family gatherings, holiday parties and dinners, football tailgates, hockey games—all of these events are coming up on our calendars as the end of the year approaches. Watching sports usually goes hand in hand with having a few beers, or meeting … Continued
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Published in Categories: Domestic Violence