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Amanda Grady Sexton, 603-548-9377
“We’re pleased to see the N.H. Supreme Court has upheld the trial court’s decision to hold Owen Labrie accountable for his crimes. Sexual assault cases are among the most under-reported crimes and cases rarely result in a conviction. In order to change the existing culture that minimizes sexual violence and silences survivors, we must continue to hold offenders accountable and demonstrate to victim/survivors that we take these crimes seriously. Our thoughts are with Chessy Prout who courageously came forward in this case and we hope today’s decision allows her to move forward. Thank you to the N.H. Supreme Court for standing with victims of crime in making today’s critical decision.” - Amanda Grady Sexton, Director of Public Affairs for the NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
About the Coalition:
NHCADSV is a statewide network of 13 independent member programs committed to ending sexual violence, domestic violence, and stalking, through direct services to victims, community education, and public policy advocacy. The NHCADSV and its 13 member programs do not discriminate based on gender, age, health status (including HIV-positive), physical, mental, or emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status, or religious or political affiliation. For more information visit www.nhcadsv.org.