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    Waterville City Manager Mike Roy holds a bumper sticker that reads “There’s No Excuse for Domestic Violence” as he speaks in June 2011 on the subject during a rally calling on men to take responsibility for creating a community free of domestic violence. The rally came days after two domestic violence attacks in which Amy Bagley Lake and her two children were killed by Stephen Lake in Dexter and Sarah Gordon was killed by her husband, Nathaniel Gordon, in Winslow, as their children watched.

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    Kennebec and Somerset County District Attorney Maeghan Maloney demonstrates strangling as she gives closing arguments to the jury in the domestic violence case against Andrew Maderios in Somerset County Superior Court in Skowhegan on Sept. 4.

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    Ralph and Linda Bagley, parents of Amy Bagley Lake, who along with her two children were killed by her estranged husband, speak during a press conference in Skowhegan on Oct. 8, 2014. Behind the Bagleys are members of the Somerset Law Enforcement Agencies Unite against Domestic Abuse and other agencies determined to reduce domestic abuse.

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    Sarah Gordon is seen in this 2007 photo. She was killed in June 2011 by her husband, Nathaniel Gordon, in Winslow.

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    Amy Lake, with her two children, Monica and Coty. District Attorney Meaghan Maloney said the murders of the three was a turning point in the area’s perception of domestic violence.

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    Defense attorney Leonard Sharon uses the scales of justice model in his closing arguments to the jury in the Andrew Maderios trial in Somerset County Superior Court in Skowhegan on Sept. 4. Sharon said last week that the attention given to domestic violence cases has tipped the scales in favor of those reporting abuse.

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    Somerset County Sheriff Dale Lancaster speaks about dealing with domestic violence cases in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    Law enforcement officials speak about domestic violence issues in Somerset County on Thursday. From left are Somerset County Sheriff Dale Lancaster, Kennebec and Somerset District Attorney Maeghan Maloney and Somerset County domestic violence investigator Mike Pike.

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