On July 27, Melissane Velyvis successfully argued that a Domestic Violence Protective Order (the Order) was an unconstitutional prior restraint on her
— Read on www.closeupsblog.com/2020/09/bloggers-descriptions-of-domestic-violence-protected-by-freedom-of-expression/
When women come forward about abuse—sexual, religious, emotional, physical, financial, verbal, etc.—reactions often vary widely. Some people cheer on the survivors. Some people question why the victims didn’t come forward earlier. Some people worry that people have been falsely accused.
Two years ago, I posted my own story of sexual and religious abuse on YouTube. Knowing that people often respond defensively, I worried:
— Read on www.cbeinternational.org/resource/article/mutuality-blog-magazine/5-reasons-why-its-okay-tell-your-story-abuse-even-when
Citing free speech rights, a Marin County judge has dismissed a criminal charge against a woman who violated a court order with a blog about her estranged husband.
— Read on www.mercurynews.com/2020/08/16/marin-judge-tosses-criminal-case-over-divorce-blog/