Railroaded for domestic-violence defendants, El Paso Countys fast track may not always lead to justice 

Private Jason Ragsdale had never been in trouble with the law. Then, about a year ago, a call to the police from his wife led to a rude awakening. His wife had accused him of having struck her during an argument in…

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