Clarence Cramer: Courts and Domestic Violence – Video

Clarence Cramer discusses when a court should get involved in a case that involves domestic violence. He analyzes the different points made by advocacy groups that seek to protect victims of domestic violence, but also looks at what are the best resources for victims.

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Clarence Cramer

CLARENCE CRAMER, M.A., LPC.  Former Director, Family Services of the Conciliation Court Coolidge, AZ Clarence Cramer was the director of an Arizona Conciliation Court for more than 30 years.   MORE >

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