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Phoenix Woman Arrested for Husbands Death Being married fights are bound to happen. Does that mean it gives you an okay to shoot your spouse? Probably not. Amanda Lynn Miller is now facing twelve years in prison due to shooting her husband which resulted in his death. Amanda at first, pled guilty to 2nd degree

Phoenix Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder You know, every couple fights. Sure, everyone feels like they could “shoot” their spouse but no one actually does it. Except for maybe one Phoenix woman. She pleaded guilty to second degree murder. She fatally shot her husband in their home. Thirty-one year old, Amanda Lynn Miller told the

Spousal Abuse Cases

Thursday, 28 December 2017 on behalf of

Native American Spousal Abuse Native American Spousal Abuse sadly isn’t uncommon. Kayla White was only twelve years old when her life changed forever. On January 2, 2009 her mother was killed by her father. This incident made her a victim of domestic violence. Kayla’s Statement: That’s when I heard my uncle say, ‘I don’t know

Phoenix Domestic Abuse

Friday, 10 November 2017 on behalf of

New App to Help with Domestic Abuse Domestic violence is clearly not going to just stop, so the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence have started the fight to help those who are being abused. Dr. Jill Messing is a ASU associate professor and works in the School of Social Work. She’s worked hard to help

Police Lt. Suspended After Domestic Abuse Charges Any kind of abuse is very hard on whoever is the victim. No one deserves to be abused whether it’s physical or verbal abuse, none of it is okay. A Phoenix police lieutenant is not above the law. He is now suspended from his post after being accused

Family Dispute Ends Deadly Family fights can sometimes get pretty heated, sure everyone threatens to stop talking to that one person in their family occasionally but you never mean it. However, one family took “family dispute” to a whole nother level. According to the Coolidge police, a shooting involving the deaths of three different people