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  • 'Britny's Law' means domestic violence history could lead to first-degree murder charges

    Gov. Roy Cooper signs "Britny's Law", which will make it easier for prosecutors to charge first-degree murder in homicides that a history of domestic violence. The family of victim Britny Puryear attended the ceremony.

'Britny's Law' means domestic violence history could lead to first-degree murder charges

Gov. Roy Cooper signs "Britny's Law", which will make it easier for prosecutors to charge first-degree murder in homicides that a history of domestic violence. The family of victim Britny Puryear attended the ceremony.
Craig Jarvis cjarvis@newsobserver.com