Charles patrick ewing is a forensic psychologist attorney and suny distinguished service professor at the university at buffalo law schoolhe was vice dean for legal skills from 2009 until 2012 and for academic affairs from 2012 to 2014 ewing received his phd from cornell university and his law degree with honors from harvard university before joining the law faculty he taught at . This article a explains who battered women are and why they kill b suggests that many perhaps most battered women who kill their batterers do so in psychological self defense and c argues that current self defense law should be expanded to justify such killings. Battered women who kill psychological self defense as legal justification charles patrick ewing format book published lexington mass lexington books c1987 description viii 175 p 24 cm notes includes index bibliography p 143 169 subject headings self defense law united states. Criminal justice crime domestic violence battered woman syndrome as a legal defense battered woman syndrome as a legal defense battered woman syndrome bws is a descriptive term that refers to a pattern of psychological and behavioral symptoms found in women living in abusive relationships
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