This thesis focuses on the legal responses to domestic violence as a special form of behavior and seeks an answer to the question whether this behavior merits special attention from the criminal law. After answering this question in the affirmative, it seeks to compare in detail the legal approaches to the elimination of domestic violence in Hungary and in the United States. Finally, this thesis points out why the American model is superior to the Hungarian one even if that model justifiably draws criticism as well.
Keri, Adam, "A Comparative Study of the Legal Responses to Domestic Violence in the United States and Hungary" (2006). LLM Theses and Essays. 327.