Pierce: Why Chapter 209A Must Be Revamped

2012 New England Law Review v. 47 | 427

“Any liar can get an order by merely asserting fear”: Why Chapter 209A Must Be Revamped to Protect Against the Issuance of Unnecessary Abuse Prevention Orders

Brittany Pierce

47 New Eng. L. Rev. 427 (2012)

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