Andrew R. Klein is a nationally recognized expert in the study of domestic violence and criminal justice. He has served on numerous national commissions and advisory boards on development of domestic violence courts, sentencing and supervision of abusers, batterer treatment, and more. He has provided technical assistance, headlined conferences and provided professional training in his areas of expertise in almost every state of the Union, United States Military bases abroad as well as the US Coast Guard. He has served as a principal investigator on numerous research and evaluation grants for multiple federal, state and county government and non-profit agencies covering a diverse range of areas from family violence, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), victim rights, batterer intervention programming, faith-based rural domestic violence programming, elder abuse, and residential prison substance abuse treatment. He is editor and columnist for Thomson-West's National Bulletin on Domestic Violence Prevention and also the author of major texts, including Alternative Sentencing, Intermediate Sanctions and Probation (1997) and The Criminal Justice Response to Domestic Violence (2003). Jessica L. Klein is a Rape Crisis and Domestic Violence Victim Advocate for Beth Israel Hospital, New York, NY, providing advocacy, counseling, safety planning, and service referrals to patients admitted to Emergency Department after experiencing sexual assault or intimate partner violence. She is also a Rape Crisis Counselor on a hotline for the Anti-Violence Project, a New York based organization that services LGBTQ and HIV-affected people across New York City. She has provided training at the Judicial Domestic Violence Training for Hawaiian Judges, training judges on the basic warning signs/components of intimate partner violence. She is also a contributor for Thomson-West's National Bulletin on Domestic Violence Prevention.