Juzgados para Violencia....en UK
L. D. S"
Fecha:: dom mar 26, 2006
Asunto:: Juzgados para
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The Sunday Times
March 26, 2006
Court scheme takes on domestic violence
THE Scottish executive is to set up a network of dedicated
courts to tackle soaring levels of household abuse, writes
The move follows a successful pilot scheme in Glasgow that has
trials and led to a dramatic increase in successful convictions
The court, which sits every day, has a conviction rate of 75%,
just 8% in some parts of the country. In addition, more than 40%
are settled with a guilty plea, more than double the rate in
As a result, many vulnerable women are spared the trauma of giving
against their husbands or boyfriends.
The speed with which the cases are brought to court also reduces
of further intimidation or of having second thoughts about
Ministers now intend to introduce similar courts in Edinburgh,
Dundee to tackle the growing problem of domestic abuse.
According to the most recent figures, almost 44,000 cases of
were reported to the police in 2004, compared with 39,000 the
About half of all women murdered are killed by husbands or ex-husbands
one in five women has suffered abuse at the hands of a boyfriend
Research carried out by the Scottish executive found that, on
are assaulted 35 times by their boyfriends before contacting the
Mhairi McGowan, co-ordinator of the Assist project, which supports
going through the domestic violence court, said: “Cases go ahead
after the accused has entered a not-guilty plea — in a normal
court it would
probably be 12 to 18 weeks.
“It means there is less time for the accused to try and persuade
not to give evidence and also less time in which the accused could
harassing his victim.”
McGowan said the domestic violence court had improved the standard
evidence collection by the police and had led to victims receiving
latest information in a case.
Under the scheme women are also contacted by Assist staff
reporting an incident to the police to make sure they and their
will remain safe once their lover is released from custody.
“Domestic abuse is unlike any other crime, it’s not like house-breaking
robbery or drug dealing,” said McGowan. “You are dealing with a
complex set of circumstances in which the offender and victim are
connected. It is appropriate that the court system recognises that
difference with specialist courts.”
In its first year the domestic violence court dealt with more than
Mary Lockhart, spokeswoman for Scottish Women’s Aid, said she was
that the scheme was to be launched in Scotland’s cities. “Courts
hostile places for witnesses, but a specialist court on domestic
allows for the creation of a constructive atmosphere,” she said.
The Scottish executive said: “The pilot has been very encouraging.
has extended its pilot and we will be looking to see what we can
how it was rolled out there.”
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de 12540 Juzgados para Violencia....en UK
hay leyes que convierten en Delito que un hombre y su hijo, en
silencio, se miren.
propuestas de ley que condenan con cárcel al padre si el niño
expresa su deseo de ir a vivir con él.
...Si un Hombre
va a denunciar que es víctima de Malos Tratos...
sonrisas incrédulas e irónicas de los rostros de Funcionarios Públicos.
Hombres son víctimas de Malos Tratos por parte de sus parejas, Malos
tratos (psicológicos, físicos) que con demasiada frecuencia provocan el
Suicidio del Maltratado.
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injusticias aparece una sola incógnita:
YA ES SUFICIENTE
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