Laura Jeu knew something was wrong when her mother, Sharon, returned from a custody hearing in late November 2011. Sharon Jeu simply told her four children to get ready to go see their father. But the look in her mother’s eyes signaled to Laura, then 16, that this wouldn’t be a typical visitation exchange in her parents’ six-year custody battle. “I could tell she had been crying,” recalled Laura, a petite, dark-haired 22-year-old.
In crime-battered Camden, N.J., new training aims to reshape the relationship between police and community or THIS IS A PREVIEW. subscribe to access the full article.Already a subscriber or purchased this issue? Sign In Just a few years ago Camden was caught in a cycle of perpetual violence.
How do you prove a crime occurred when there's no evidence and the victim has no memory? Whether in the national spotlight like the Bill Cosby allegations or in the shadows of a college campus, date-rape-drug perpetrators are painfully difficult to prosecute. Here, a deep dive into why.