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I have also learned that it's not possible to meet every need of every victim, but it's still important they know there is a compassionate ear available.
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I don't really think it is an innovation, but having a great working relationship with the prosecutors, their staff, law enforcement, and service providers who all work for a common goal is a great advantage.
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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona has asked the man behind the "show me your papers" anti-immigrant law in that state to show them his emails.
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We cannot be expected to have all the answers, so connections to our colleagues in the field are essential. The old adage is"leave your work at the office," but sometimes, that's impossible.