Domestic Violence Awareness Month Comes to a Close
Moody steps in as Legal Momentum President and CEO after serving on its Board of Directors and many acclaimed years as a corporate leader of diversity and inclusion.
Yesterday, October 16, 2018, four sexual assault victims – Jane Doe 1, Jane Doe 2, Jane Doe 3, and Jane Doe 4 – filed a petition in the Utah Supreme Court, asking the Court to appoint a prosecutor to file criminal charges in their cases. Represented by Professor Paul Cassell of the Utah Appellate Clinic (of the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah) and five other attorneys, the Jane Does are challenging the decision by local prosecutors not to file charges in their cases under a new state constitutional theory.
Legal Momentum Speaks Out During Kavanaugh Hearing
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM)
Legal Momentum Talks to New York Magazine about Kavanaugh Case
In a statement released today, Legal Momentum and the National Task Force to End Sexual & Domestic Violence condemn the despicable behavior America's national leadership has displayed toward Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Julie Swetnick. The Senate Judiciary Committee leadership and the President have acted in a manner wholly unbefitting of public servants; their actions make clear that they have no respect for women, girls, and all survivors of sexual assault.