Sometimes waiting in the Family Violence court, I just wonder, “How many victims are there really in a family violence case?” The answer can be elusive.

When I accept a pro bono family violence case, I meet the immediate victim, someone battered by a spouse, live-in lover, occasional lover or “just a friend.” Often, the victim is raising a child or children. Each child sees one parent regularly beat the other.

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