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Chapter 1 — Charged With Domestic Violence?

You Will Need A Lawyer by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 1: Basic timeline example

Table 2: Attorneys defending men against charges of domestic violence or abuse in Colorado. Please advise if any of these attorneys refuse to take your case to a jury trial.

Table 3: Attorneys in other states who specialize in domestic violence and related charges. Please advise if any of these attorneys refuse to take your case to a jury trial.

911 — Lifeline Or A Deadly Trap? by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 4: Plot of fifteen-year compilation of 911 calls and arrests for simple assault in Colorado Springs versus increase in population (data in Table 74).

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Chapter 3 — Domestic Violence

Self Defense Or Violence By Women? — by David Fontes, Psy.D.

Table 5: The Uniform Crime Reports: Percentage Increase From 1991 to 1995 (Source: (FBI: Uniform Crime Reports, 1995, Table 35

Table 6: Results from the largest study ever done on domestic violence in England, 1994 (Carrado et al., 1996, p. 409).

What We Think We Know About Domestic Violence by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 7: Domestic violence against men (Brandson, 1999).

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Chapter 4 — Domestic Violence Statistics

Domestic Violence Studies

Table 8: Rate of violence per 1,000 couples stated as a percentage for the years indicated from social studies .

Table 9: Perpetrator of violence based on U.S. Army data (Cook, 1995).

Table 10: Perpetrator of violence as a function of age and marital status (Stets and Straus, 1989)

Table 11: Age of women using extreme violence against male intimate partners.

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Chapter 6 — Domestic Violence And The Law

Due Process by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. and Richard L. Davis, A.L.M.

Table 12: Flow diagram for the treatment of defendants in the Lexington County, South Carolina criminal domestic violence court describing the intervention strategy (Gover and others, 2003).

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Chapter 7 — Colorado Judges — Citizen's Review

Colorado Supreme Court

Table 13: Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Court of Appeals

Table 14: Colorado Court of Appeals

First Judicial District — Gilpin and Jefferson Counties

Table 15: First Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Second Judicial District — Denver City and County

Table 16: Second Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Third Judicial District — Huerfano and Las Animas Counties

Table 17: Third Judicial District

Fourth Judicial District — El Paso and Teller Counties

Table 18: Fourth Judicial District (El Paso and Teller Counties)

Fifth Judicial District — Clear Creek, Summit, Eagle and Lake Counties

Table 19: Fifth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Sixth Judicial District — Archuleta, La Plata and San Juan Counties

Table 20: Sixth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Seventh Judicial District — Delta, Gunnison, Hillsdale, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel Counties

Table 21: Seventh Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Eighth Judicial District — Larimer and Jackson Counties

Table 22: Eighth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Ninth Judicial District — Garfield, Pitkin, and Rio Blanco Counties

Table 23: Ninth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Tenth Judicial District — Pueblo County

Table 24: Tenth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Eleventh Judicial District — Chaffee, Custer, Fremont and Park Counties

Table 25: Eleventh Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Twelfth Judicial District — Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande and Saguache Counties

Table 26: Twelfth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Thirteenth Judicial District — Kit Carson, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington and Yuma Counties

Table 27: Thirteenth Judicial District Judges

Fourteenth Judicial District — Grand, Moffat, and Routt Counties

Table 28: Fourteenth Judicial District Judges

Fifteenth Judicial District —Baca, Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Prowers Counties

Table 29: Fifteenth Judicial District Judges

Sixteenth Judicial District — Bent, Crowley, and Otero Counties

Table 30: Sixteenth Judicial District Judges

Seventeenth Judicial District — Adams and Broomfield Counties

Table 31: Seventeenth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Eighteenth Judicial District — Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties

Table 32: Eighteenth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Nineteenth Judicial District — Weld County

Table 33: Nineteenth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Twentieth Judicial District — Boulder County

Table 34: Twentieth Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Twenty-First Judicial District — Mesa County

Table 35: Twenty-First Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

Twenty-Second Judicial District — Dolores and Montezuma Counties

Table 36: Twenty-Second Judicial District Judges and Magistrates

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Chapter 8 — Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 1998

Table 37: Number of temporary and permanent restraining orders issued in the State of Colorado during fiscal 1998 by judicial district and county.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 1999

Table 38: Number of temporary and permanent restraining orders, domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 1999 by judicial district and county.

Table 39: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for 1999. Number of citations per 10,000 citizens.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2000

Table 40: Number of restraining orders, domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado for fiscal year 2000 by judicial district and county.

Table 41: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for 2000. Number of filings per 10,000 citizens.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2001

Table 42: Number of restraining orders, domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2001 by judicial district and county.

Table 43: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for 2001. Number of filings per 10,000 citizens.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2002

Table 44: Number restraining orders, domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2002 (July 1, 2001 to June 30, 2002) by judicial district and county.

Table 45: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2002. Number of filings per 10,000 citizens.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2003

Table 46: Number restraining orders, domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2003 (July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003) by judicial district and county.

Table 47: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2003. Number of filings per 10,000 citizens.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2004

Table 48: Number restraining orders, domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2004 (July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004) by judicial district and county.

Table 49: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2004. Number of filings per 10,000 citizens.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2005

Table 50: Number restraining order and domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2005 (July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005) by judicial district and county.

Table 51: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2005. Number of filings per 10,000 people.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2006

Table 52: Number restraining order and domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2006 (July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006) by judicial district and county.

Table 53: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2006. Number of filings per 10,000 people.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2007

Table 54: Number restraining order and domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2007 (July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007) by judicial district and county.

Table 55: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2007. Number of filings per 10,000 people.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2008

Table 56: Number restraining order and domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2008 (July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008) by judicial district and county.

Table 57: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2008. Number of filings per 10,000 people.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2009

Table 58: Number restraining order and domestic violence cases, and divorce rate in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2009 (July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009) by judicial district and county.

Table 59: Selected misdemeanor filings in the Colorado courts for fiscal year 2009. Number of filings per 10,000 people.

Table 60: A comparison of criminal domestic violence cases, domestic abuse restraining orders, and protection order violations in Colorado during fiscal years 2005 and 2009.

Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado — 2010

Table 61: Number restraining order and domestic violence cases in the State of Colorado in fiscal 2010 (July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010) by judicial district and county. Divorce demographics can now be found in Table 77.

Table 62: A comparison of criminal domestic violence cases, domestic abuse restraining orders, and protection order violations in Colorado during fiscal years 2005 and 2010.

Uniform Standards For Domestic Violence Cases Do Not Exist by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 63: Judicial districts that consistently or radically exceed the state average for domestic violence and abuse cases by more than one standard deviation.

Table 64: Comparison of Fourth Judicial District domestic violence cases with comparable districts by year

Table 65: Criminal domestic violence cases, civil domestic abuse protection orders, and protection order violations for the Fourth Judicial District from 1999 to 2010.

Table 66: Fast Track domestic violence statistics for the 4th Judicial District for years 2000 through 2010 showing total cases (blue) vs. cases set for trial (orange) and plea bargains (red). Repeat offenders are tracked in purple and cases with alcohol involved are shown in green.

Table 67: Misdemeanor filings per 10,000 people for judicial districts that have exceeded the state average for domestic violence and abuse cases by more than one standard deviation for four or more years since 1998.

Table 68: Colorado judicial districts that consistently have average or below numbers of domestic violence and abuse cases.

Table 69: Misdemeanor filings per 10,000 people in the Colorado courts for judicial districts that consistently issue below average numbers of restraining orders.

False Allegations And Burden On The Courts by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 70: Tabulation of civil and misdemeanor filings in the Colorado county courts for fiscal years 1999 through 2004 in order of frequency

Table 71: Tabulation of civil and misdemeanor filings in the Colorado county courts for fiscal years 2005 through 2010 in order of frequency.

Table 72: Comparison of Colorado DV police incidents with DV court cases in 2004

Table 73: Comparison of incidents of domestic violence reported to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation compared with misdemeanor cases of domestic violence reported by the Colorado courts (except Denver and municipalities) for the years 1995 through 2010.

Mandatory Arrest — Deters Intervention And Increases Homicides by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 74: Twenty-one-year compilation of 911 calls, arrests for simple assault, and domestic violence court cases in Colorado Springs versus increase in population.

Table 75: Plot of fifteen-year compilation of 911 calls and arrests for simple assault in Colorado Springs versus increase in population (data in Table 74).

Table 76: Plot of 911 domestic disturbance calls and all other 911 calls to the Colorado Springs police department for the years 1990 through 2010.

Marriage, Divorce, And Charges Of Domestic Violence And Abuse by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 77: Number of divorces in Colorado by judicial district per 10,000 residents 1

Table 78: Total domestic violence incidents reported by Colorado Bureau of Investigation versus number of married and common law victims

Table 79: Plot of marriage, divorce, and restraining order rates for Colorado for the years 1998 through 2004

Lack of Judicial Oversight by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 80: Per capita number of domestic violence and abuse cases in Colorado for the years 1998 through 2010.

Table 81: Domestic violence reports by police agencies in Colorado compared with NCVS estimates and court filings for this offense

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Chapter 10 — The Female of the Species

A Comparative Study Of Battered Women And Violence-Prone Women by Erin Pizzey

Table 82: Violence among male partners

Table 83: Morbid jealousy among male partners

Table 84: Violence in the male partner's parenting

Table 85: Violence among the female subjects' parenting

Table 86: Length of relationship and duration of abuse

Table 87: Incidence of violence before cohabitation

Table 88: Use of contraceptives during first sexual intercourse.

Chapter 11 — Violent Women

Women Who Kill Their Family Members by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Table 89: Intimate homicides by gender of victim from 1976-2002 in the United States

Table 90: Intimate homicide victims in the United States classified by sex and whether or not a gun was used as the murder weapon between 1976 and 2002.

Table 91: Homicides of intimates in the United States by gender and race of victim, 1976-2002.

Table 92: Intimate homicide rate in the United States by race, gender, and relationship, 1976-2002

Table 94: Relationship of women who kill to their victims for women in prison in the United States for their crime

Table 93: Comparison of death rates in the United States from some common causes

Table 95: Relationship of victim to their murderer by sex of the offender.

Table 96: Length of sentences for men and women

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Chapter 14 — Applicable Colorado Laws

Colorado Laws Related To Domestic Violence And Abuse

Table 98: Penalties for classes of misdemeanors under Colorado law (C.R.S. § 18-1.3-501 as of July 1, 2007)

Table 97: Penalties for classes of felonies under Colorado law after 1993 (C.R.S. § 18-1.3-401)

Table 98: Penalties for classes of misdemeanors under Colorado law (C.R.S. § 18-1.3-501 as of July 1, 2007)

Uniform Dissolution Of Marriage Act — C.R.S. 14-10

Table 99: Colorado basic child support obligations

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