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The Continuing Evolution Of Nicole Beverly

May 22, 2018

Nicole Beverly of Ypsilanti Township
Credit Nicole Beverly

The Ypsilanti Township woman’s ex-husband beat her, stalked her, and finally went to jail.  From there. he tried to hire hitmen to kill Nicole and the children they share together.  That man received a 13-35 year sentence last week.  Even while going through the continual court drama and lack of security and sense of safety, Nicole has worked diligently and publicly to create greater protections for victims and survivors at the local, state and federal level.  Hear Nicole update her personal plight and work with other survivors.


RESOURCES: 

Convicted stalker gets another 13-35 years for threatening to kill his ex-wife

Jury convicts Washtenaw County man of threatening ex-wife over court testimony

Victim of domestic violence shares emotional story with high school students

Convicted stalker Kevin Beverly to stand trial on extortion charge

Stalker ex-husband stays in prison for now

Prisoner plotted to slowly kill children in front of ex-wife, witness says

Abuse survivor plans to escape Michigan, a state where the law won't protect her

Bills proposed to protect Michigan domestic violence victims

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Safehouse Center in Washtenaw County -24-hour help line: 734-995-5444

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