New Calif. justice center idea gains interest
By Ryan Orr
Victorville Daily Press
VICTORVILLE, Calif. — A local man is proposing a family justice center that would house prosecutors, sheriff's deputies and every service available for domestic violence victims -- all under one roof.
Darryl Evey, executive director of the High Desert Domestic Violence Program, proposed the idea and is currently meeting with county departments to gauge interest and explore options for funding the center.
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