Prince George’s Using New Forensic Tool to Find Evidence of Strangulation in Domestic Violence Cases

Prince George’s County unveiled new technology to document evidence of domestic violence that may otherwise be invisible. This week, the county began using a new protocol, coordinating police, prosecutors, sheriff’s deputies and medical staff at University of Maryland Capital Region Health Center. A new forensic tool helps detect evidence of strangulation. “Wounds and scars and injuries that you may not…