Maine Domestic Violence Cases Postponed Over National Domestic Violence Month Display at Courthouse

Two domestic violence cases in Maine have been postponed for four months.

Because prospective jurors were among the passersby exposed to educational materials on display outside the courthouse in conjunction with National Domestic Violence Awareness month.

Apparently, anti-domestic violence messages may be viewed as controversial in the state of Maine.

And may be deemed prejudicial to the administration of justice in the state of Maine.

Womancare, the local Maine nonprofit serving victims of domestic violence, must really have its work cut out for it, even more than some of their counterparts in other states.

Read more in this Bangor Daily News article: Domestic violence cases postponed.