Thursday, March 6, 2014
10:30 AM CENTRAL
(11:30 ET / 8:30 PT / 9:30 MT )
Duration: 90 minutes
FREE for Registrants
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(3) A brief summary of current Texas laws that address family violence issues;
This webinar will provide advocates with a basic understanding of legal definitions and law pertaining to family violence. Extensive information about criminal and civil legal options available for family violence and survivors in Texas, and updates on family violence-related laws are the focus. Topic areas which will be addressed include advocacy versus legal definitions of family violence, criminal legal options for holding offenders accountable, protective orders, and divorce and custody remedies.
| Tracy Grinstead-Everly, JD|
Public Policy Manager - Texas Council on Family Violence
Tracy Grinstead-Everly, JD is a Public Policy Manager with the Texas Council on Family Violence, dedicated to the development and promotion of effective laws and policies that expand legal options for survivors of family violence. She has been passionately advocating for survivors for over 20 years in many capacities, including as a hotline advocate; trainer and educator; legislative and systems advocate; and as civil legal counsel for victims.
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