ND man sentenced as habitual offender in pivotal abuse case
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- A judge has sentenced a North Dakota man whose case has been heralded by the federal government as the legal standard for prosecuting domestic violence cases on American Indian reservations.
Roman Cavanaugh Jr., of Fort Totten, was sentenced Monday to serve more than five years in prison on a charge of domestic assault by a habitual offender.
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