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Bias Violence: Advocating for Victims

Part II

By Elizabeth Shuman-Moore, Darren B. Watts & Michele M. Giffels

Bias violence includes acts of personal violence motivated by a perpetrator's perception that the victim is a member of a particular group and other crimes, such as criminal trespass and damage to property. This article, the second of two parts, describes federal and state claims that may be available to a victim of bias violence and contains an appendix cataloging state civil-law provisions.

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