Court Says Family Can Sue Sheriff For Allegedly Allowing Estranged Husband of Murder Victim to Keep Gun
March 05, 2009
The North Carolina Court of Appeals has cleared a path for family members of a woman shot to death in a 2004 domestic violence case to pursue their claims that the Chatham County Sheriff's Department did not keep a promise to seize weapons from her estranged husband.
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