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The killings at Sandy Hook elementary have rekindled interest in how we might identify risk factors for violence. This piece in ABA Journal highlights recent studies, and points to an online executive summary of one risk assessment tool.
Posted by SBM Blog at 12:15 AM in National Legal News | Permalink
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