Women, Guns And Domestic Violence
When guns are involved in domestic violence, women die.
Statistics tell us that The presence of a gun makes it five times "more likely that domestic violence will turn into murder."
While federal law prohibits a convicted domestic abuser or individual subject to a permanent restraining order from owning a gun - there are loop holes and ways to side step the law.
What can be done?
Lindsay Nichols is a staff attorney with the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, a San Francisco-based public interest law center dedicated to preventing gun violence.