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King County (Washington) Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg opening the 2013 International Courthouse Dogs Conference.

Buffington, Kristine, Carly B. Dierkhising, and Shawn C. Marsh, Ten Things Every Juvenile Court Judge Should Know About Trauma and Delinquency, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, 2010.

Campos, Terry. Facility Dogs – A Vulnerable Victim’s Best Friend, NCVLI, 2008.

Donaldson, Kristy. Defense and Prosecuting Attorney Perceptions of Facility Dogs in the Courtroom, Walden University, 2017.

Holder, Casey, All Dogs Go To Court: The Impact Of Court Facility Dogs As Comfort For Child Witnesses On A Defendant’s Right To A Fair Trial, The Houston Law Review, April 2013.

Kaiser, Matthew. Sit… Stay… Now Beg for Me: A Look at the Courthouse Dogs Program and the Legal
Standard Pennsylvania Should Use to Determine Whether a Dog Can Accompany a Child on the Witness
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Leaser, Andrew. See Spot Mediate: Using the Emotional and Psychological Benefits of “Dog Therapy” in Victim Offender Mediation, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 20 (2005): 1-35.

O’Neill-Stephens, Ellen. Courthouse Dogs: A Case Study, ABA Animal Law Committee Newsletter, Summer, 2009

Sandoval, Gabriela N. Courthouse Facility Dogs – Easing the Apprehensive Witness, The Colorado Lawyer, 39(4), April 2010

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