A Prosecutor's Perspective on Domestic Abuse
Prosecutor Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi weighs in on domestic abuse.
- Duration 5:59
- Date Feb 25, 2013
Prosecutor Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi weighs in on domestic abuse.
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I don't knowing I've had to I've been lucky -- -- -- teen years that talent in the DA's office career that actually woken up almost every dance that I love my job and how many people can say it so you know at this point I don't know where -- -- go from here until or something else that comes along that -- say well that would be a lot of fun.
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And the defense attorney isn't easy avenue because you know the law and usually much more lucrative and lots of my friends are colleagues have gone around -- ban -- office.
And if you're a defense attorney -- have to defend people.
Don't you mean everybody understands there's potential law on boarded entitled to defend.
But don't you have to be emotionally and intellectually prepared.
To represent people who don't don't it and try to get them all.
Absolutely and I think to have to him very thick -- Because a lot of times you know.
That and we may not know if you haven't heard -- -- of their mouth he's still have to go in there and use what you -- and the knowledge you have about the legal system and poking holes in the story that may be true with their holes to poke.
Enough to tried to -- get your client off four or at least lesser charge.
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Evidence and domestic abuse and then all of because it's popular to thank -- -- Of the massacre Beers and armor -- compliant.
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Because I think there's embarrassment factor a huge embarrassment factor that people don't want people to know their business -- an embarrassment they are the easier or.
Obviously the person who is it.
Being charged here.
But I think that's why I think it is more that when you go up in society whether it's because -- in com more.
Notoriety celebrity status you're going to hear about it last but probably the figures are pretty much the same if you really started to look across the board unfortunately happens we too often and you may see it more in lower incomes because they may not have the same access the same ounce as easily.
And so they may be stuck in that cycle a lot longer and I think that's why when you look at these programs that are made to.
Help these people generally women that could be anybody helping out they are so important.
Because it's sometimes only chance they have they cannot afford to because of their children or because so many other things get out otherwise.
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Unfortunately sometimes they do it and you don't know you don't know if it's -- slipped to the cracks -- it's different officers responding so they never put the pieces together or maybe just because of who they war they -- to you know keep a quiet you don't now but of course I mean their starts to be and number factor they heart have to use.
Kind of committee on your -- because prosecute we don't have to just do -- is at the victim wants we have a responsibility.
To sometimes take over -- and prosecute and we sometimes have to take cases are many times there's and domestic violence where.
The the person that was victimized they don't want to -- -- the time it's time for travel we still have to prosecute using -- -- calls -- what other witnesses saw.
Because and it's our responsibility.
And it's awesome responsibility we look the other way and something happens general -- why don't want -- The development -- I think because they -- embarrassed.
They are embarrassed and because they want their life to kinda keep going in every other way.
As is and also because youngest person who has abused them presumably they've weathered as they love them a lot of the times two or they still want to -- -- in its relationship with them.
You know we get as angry as you do with the ones we love the wheels of forgive them you know at the same time it's my it's never a good idea to tell.
You know maybe your family -- your friends and you get into a fight with your husband or your wife.
Because they may not -- certain things that you will I'm not talking about levels of -- that you -- the smaller stuff.
And I think the same thing goes back.
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