Call 1-800-636-6738, 24/7 or 211 from Ventura County. The Safe Haven Emergency Shelter provides 30 days of emergency shelter for victims and their children who are fleeing domestic violence. The program provides emergency assistance, safety, housing, counseling, advocacy and support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Safe Haven Shelter is a confidential location and can house up to four families at any one time. Clothing, food, toiletries, toys, and other necessities are made available for new arrivals and are provided throughout the clients' stay.
NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE-24/7 PHONE SUPPORT 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).
3 Decades of ABUSE
The first step in ending the violence is calling our 24-hour Bilingual Crisis Hotline at 1.800.300.2181, firstname.lastname@example.org. At The Coalition we aim to improve the quality of life and create hope for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Our ultimate goal is to provide victims with alternative ways of coping with physical and/or emotional abuse through education, counseling, shelter, non-judgemental emotional support, and housing assistance.
JUSTICE FOR JANE
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Domestic Violence is the violence of silence, lets break the silence...
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JANE LAUT Booking #1981134, P.O. Box 6929, Ventura, CA 93006
VOICE FOR JANE
Contact www.vcsd.org, Inmate information Her birthday 05/28/1957, Booking #1981134, You have to buy 10 emails for $11.50, one page each, they print them out and give them her. She can't respond back by email only letters so include your address
Grieving terrible injustice to Jane Laut. Convicted of first degree murder, with two life sentences. Endured 29 years of domestic abuse. Her therapist of 6 years has a book of nightmares to prove it. We fear, a police department that made many mistakes, enamored by a olympic athlete known to have used steriods heavily, (evidence of which was inadmissible in court) The jury didn't understand that when her husband threatened to kill her son in front of her, then their dogs and then her, showed her a loaded gun, there was a battle. She could not decide not to shoot him. Jury called it premeditation, her therapist of 7 years and 3 other Domestic Violence Specialist/therapists called it PTSD and fear of death in action. The therapist at Todd Rd Jail recently diagnosed her with BWS and PTSD in 15 minutes. He taught her how two use those guns all those times forcing her to play Russian Roulette. Last year the DA offered her a 6 year jail sentence, acknowledging her being a battered wife. She decided to take a stance to keep fighting for her and other battered women and raise her then 16 year son. The DA turned around and charged her with two double life sentences. The DA has the power to charge her with voluntary manslaughter again. We need you to help fight for justice for Jane and all other battered women and children. This is the beginning of a change for all women living in fear and silence!
All incoming mail must be clearly addressed with the inmates name, JANE LAUT Booking #1981134, the mailing address of P.O. Box 6929, Ventura, CA 93006
VOICE FOR JANE