Two organizations that combat violence against women have filed official complaints against a Maryland judge who performed a marriage ceremony two weeks ago for an alleged abuser and his victim so she wouldn’t have to testify at his trial.

The two groups, the House of Ruth Maryland and the Women’s Law Center of Maryland, have asked the state’s Judicial Disabilities Commission to investigate Baltimore County District Court Judge G. Darrell Russell for his decision to perform the wedding.

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