This study of DPS arrest data for domestic violence cases from 2002-2003 shows that women are falsely arrested at a high rate, those with a DV designation are less likely to be charged than those without, African-American and Native American men are three times more likely to be arrested, and African-Americans receive harsher penalties. Read ACADV Report.
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