Source: Restoration News Media
A unanimous N.C. Senate voted Tuesday to enhance protections for domestic violence victims by allowing them to testify against defendants remotely.
Senate Bill 51, named Kayla’s Act in memory of a Lumberton homicide victim, won passage on a 49-0 vote. Sen. Danny Britt, R-Robeson, introduced the bill with Sens. Dave Craven, R-Randolph, and Lisa Barnes, R-Nash, as primary cosponsors…[More]