All posts tagged: Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit

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“Time’s Up: A Guide on How to Leave an Abusive and Stalking Relationship”

The late Susan Murphy Milano turned her 20 years of experience in the field of high risk domestic violence cases into more than a book, but a tool for others to use in order to save the lives of those needing escape from a violent or stalking relationship. Born with an instinct to come up with strategies to escape the abuse happening in her own home, Susan  consistently used that instinctive gift towards helping others by working with them in the “danger zone.” Everyone involved in the movement against family violence should have these tools available, especially the unique “Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit” which is a series of forms and a video that will be a voice for victims who need to be heard.  Cases will be resolved and abusers will be arrested. Created from incidents surrounding the Stacy Peterson Case, the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit (E.A.A.) was created for victims of domestic violence, to insure that the victim’s words about her fears and previous violence will not disappear if she does. The ability to prove who likely seriously injured, abducted, or killed …

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Launch of Document the Abuse Campaigns for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Document the Abuse (documenttheabuse.com) is gearing up awareness campaigns for October  to coincide with National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Campaigns will be launched across all social media channels as well as through outreach to individuals and community organizations. Pastor Neil Schori of Naperville Christian Church in Naperville, Illinois has developed a campaign that will address the faith-based community and it’s role in assisting victims of intimate partner violence.  (safefaithcommunity.com) Schori hopes to encourage leaders to become safe havens for victims of abuse and to duplicate what he has set up in his home church. According to Schori, “Victims often have limited resources available to seek immediate and long-term help when leaving an abusive relationship, especially those considered high risk. We have established a system of counseling and referrals, along with assisting victims in preparing an Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit (EAA), which we intend to bring to other church leaders.” The EAA was developed during the high-profile disappearance of Stacy Peterson when Schori, who was Peterson’s pastor, was approached by intimate partner violence prevention activist, Susan Murphy-Milano. Together they were able to utilize …

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Legacy of Susan Murphy Milano’s Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit and Apple iEAA App Explained

Just as a podcast stays around forever, the legacy of Susan Murphy Milano and the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit lives on for the benefit of victims of abuse.   In November of 2011 The Roth Show featured Susan Murphy Milano, Attorney Holly Hughes and the developer of the iEAA Apple App, Chet Hosmer, on the show to explain the details of how the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit (EAA) should be used. Not only has it been used in several high risk domestic violence cases, but those who created their personalized EAA are still alive to tell about it. The Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit is a revolutionary new tool described and detailed in the book, Time’s Up: A Guide on How to Safely Leave an Abusive and Stalking Relationship by Susan MurphyMilano.  Since the release of the book on April 12, 2010, thousands have become aware of a new standard of safety which goes well beyond current planning measures for abuse victims. Used by hundreds of advocates and victims, they are the living testament to the success of the EAA. The world knows …

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Michelle S. Cruz Talks to Dr. Laurie Roth About Rights of Domestic Violence Victims

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com As the nation is in the midst of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, those who work for the rights of those victims do it every month. As most victims of domestic violence can relay, the journey through the court system is confusing, painful and often a series of re-victimizations for one going through the traumatic experience. Attorney Michelle S. Cruz has walked many a victim through the process, insuring that their rights are upheld in court, and using her influence to gain even further protection for those rights. As the former State Victim Advocate in Connecticut, Cruz has been vocal on many issues concerning victims’ rights and has years of experience as a prosecuting attorney working with high risk domestic violence cases. She’s testified to create new legislation that will continue to protect the rights of victims of all crime. During the second hour of The Roth Show, Michelle Cruz and Dr. Laurie Roth will discuss the issues of …

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The Roth Show: Anny Jacoby Discusses Personal Safety Planning for Domestic Violence Victims

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com Wednesday segment welcomes Anny Jacoby Domestic Violence: Has Anything Changed? October is traditionally deemed Domestic Violence Awareness Month for the purpose of gaining public support for the issue of family violence and seeking solutions to minimize the effects. Anny Jacoby’s background includes advocacy for women who have been mentally, physically and financially abused and assisting them with their personal safety planning. Anny Jacoby is a Community Partner with Document The Abuse, a group who is dedicated to using cutting edge resources to help victims of abuse safely leave a violent relationship by creating their individualized safety plan using the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit developed by the late Susan Murphy Milano. It’s been found that victims who are properly assessed and create the EAA as part of their plan stand a much better chance of escaping safely. Despite the enactment of legislation, funding, and efforts to educate, we have seen an increase in deaths related to domestic violence, oftentimes wiping …