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Attorney Jake Posey
 Headquartered in Texas, attorney Jake Posey runs The
Posey Law Firm, P.C., a professional corporation that
offers varied...
According to its website, 75 percent of
Texas youth ages 16-24 have personally
experienced relationship abuse or dating
v...
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Texas Advocacy Project Offers Legal Services to Domestic Abuse Victims

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Headquartered in Texas, attorney Jake Posey runs The Posey Law Firm, P.C., a professional corporation that offers varied legal services and government relations work. Holding a juris doctor from the Texas A&M University School of Law, attorney Jake Posey is supports the Texas Advocacy Project.

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Texas Advocacy Project Offers Legal Services to Domestic Abuse Victims

  1. 1. Attorney Jake Posey
  2. 2.  Headquartered in Texas, attorney Jake Posey runs The Posey Law Firm, P.C., a professional corporation that offers varied legal services and government relations work. Holding a juris doctor from the Texas A&M University School of Law, attorney Jake Posey is supports the Texas Advocacy Project. Providing legal services to aid victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence, the Texas Advocacy Project is a nonprofit law firm that has been around for 33 years. The Project offers various programs including Protective Order Programs, Free Legal Lines, Technical Advocacy, and Teen Outreach.
  3. 3. According to its website, 75 percent of Texas youth ages 16-24 have personally experienced relationship abuse or dating violence. A lot of teenagers do not realize that they have legal rights and that dating violence violates Texas criminal laws. The Project states that when victims obtain a protective order, they are 80 percent less likely to be assaulted again.

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