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Syracuse's Domestic Violence Court

By Skye Rohde

Oswego, NY – Syracuse's only domestic violence court is scheduled to be inaugurated later this morning. New York State Chief Judge Judith Kaye has established 13 Integrated Domestic Violence courts across the state since 2001. Each one is run by a single judge, who handles every stage of the domestic violence cases that come to city court. WRVO's Skye Rohde spoke with Judge Stephen Dougherty, who is in charge of Syracuse's domestic violence court.