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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, July 1983 - Page 9. July 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 26, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1119/show/1109.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, July 1983
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date July 1983
Description Vol. 11 No. 7
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  • Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript BY HOWARD PANKRATZ © 1983, Denver Post DENVER - Critics of Denver District Court Judge Alvin Lichtenstein, under heavy fire for a two-year sentence given last week to a man who murdered his wife, say that sentence is not an aberration. Members of Denver's legal community, particularly women, believe Lichtenstein always has had a sexist attitude and has shown an insensitivity toward women, particularly to battered women and the victims of sexual assaults. ." What has so outraged women about the judge's recent decision giving Clarence Burns a two-year, nights-only jail term in the death of his wife is that Mrs. Burns supposedly did everything the way she should have in leaving her husband. "She did everything according to the system," said Beth McCann, a chief deputy district attorney. "She had a lawyer. She got a court order. She did everything she was supposed to do."- But in his ruling, the judge said the combined effect of leaving her husband without telling him first, and then giving him no notice where she and their son would be, was both a "provocation" and a "deception" on Mrs. Burns' part. Said Lichtenstein: "The court finds that this affected the defendant sufficiently so that it excited an irresistible passion as it woul,d in any reasonable person." "This is not an isolated incident," said Denver lawyer Jacqueline St. Joan of Lichtenstein's sentence for Clarence Burns. "It is the first time it has gotten so much publicity." She is a leader of the Colorado Coalition for Justice tor Abused Women. Husband's sentence in killing blasted DENVER (UPI) - An incensed Dottie Lamm, wife of Colorado Gov. Richard Lamm, told !F>() people at a protest rally that actions of a judge who imposed a two-year, work-release sentence on a butcher convicted of killing his wife condoned violence against women. Lt. Gov. Nancy Dick also attended the rally to protest the j sentence given Clarence Burns, 47, Paul Newman's * Verdict' Gal: A Woman Needs To Be Slapped Around "If women got a slap in the face more often they'd be a bit more reasonable," declares actress Charlotte Rampling — who gets socked in the jaw by Paul Newman after betraying him in "The Verdict." And Charlotte, married with three children, admitted as she sipped champagne in a London hotel suite: "Sure, I've been hit by a man in real life. "There ARE times when a man is justified in using violence, hitting a woman. Yes. "A man is justified when he has sufficient provocation. And there are many, many, many circumstances in which a man should react this way. My God. Oh yes. "If a woman goads a man, she often asks for it — and quite often doesn't get it. And when she is -hit, she quite possibly likes it because it puts her back onto a normal level." Then waving a cigarette, Charlotte laughed: "I'm not going to get out of this hotel alive. There will be women's lib parading with banners after this." Copyright © E983, Syndication interna- Chorlotte Rampling What Do You TIM? The ENQUIRER wants to I below and send it to us. Well know. To give us your opin- print the results in a future ion, just fill out the coupon I issue. |D YES: I agree that there are times when rome wo-i | men deserve a slap in the face — and should get it. | □ NO: A man should never slap a woman. D Mole D Female | Iname Address Comments. I Send to: Slop, NATIONAL ENQUIRER, Lantwia, Flo, 33464.