NCFM VP Marc Angelucci and David Woods living legacy helps clean up the domestic violence industry

February 20, 2012
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Marc Angelucci (left) and David Woods (rigtht)

Marc Angelucci (left) and David Woods (rigtht)

NCFM Vice President Marc Angelucci, Esq., represented the plaintiffs in the landmark domestic violence case Woods v. Horton (“Woods”). Consequently, in 2008, the California Court of Appeal decided domestic violence services providers had to provide services to men as well as women. To our knowledge there has been little or no effort on behalf of the state of California or domestic violence service providers to comply substantively with the court ruling.

The California Emergency Management Agency oversees domestic violence service providers receiving state funds. The attached public records request from Mr. Angelucci, on behalf of the National Coalition For Men, to the Emergency Management Agency, requests substantial information necessary to answer compliance questions.

Thank you Marc. This is a major undertaking. For you non NCFM members, well… saddle up my friends, we still have a long way to go. Thanks to those like Marc your journey may not be as dangerous as was David’s and his family…

(Click here to read NCFM authors Marc Angelucci Letter 2-14-11 to CEMA)

 

Marc  Angelucci

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6 Responses to NCFM VP Marc Angelucci and David Woods living legacy helps clean up the domestic violence industry

  1. Mike Savage on March 25, 2012 at 12:42 PM

    It is about time the feminist run government start actually treating men and women equally. That means holding women equally responsible for battering men, and punishing them the same way we punish men. Men suffer from the triple threat when it comes to domestic violence; 1. All men are treated as abusers. 2. Legal discrimination under the law, if this were any other group there would be demonstrations everywhere.

  2. Masculist Man on February 24, 2012 at 6:12 PM

    I covered this as well: http://mensrightsboard.blogspot.com/2012/02/tell-

    If you are a California resident you may want to contact your elected leaders in both houses of the legislature. If you are a resident or not contact Governor Jerry Brown. This should help bring attention to Woods vs. Horton.

  3. shrink4men on February 22, 2012 at 6:07 AM

    Go get 'em.

  4. Ivan on February 21, 2012 at 11:45 AM

    Bravo Mark !! Bravo !! Thanks for the goo job !!

  5. darrin on February 21, 2012 at 9:59 AM

    Great job Marc.

    Later,

    Darrin

  6. Ray2447 on February 21, 2012 at 5:04 AM

    Way to go Marc, and all.

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