Coronavirus causes some to turn to violenceFox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses whether or not a New Jersey man should be charged with terrorist threats after allegedly coughing on a grocery worker, saying he had coronavirus.Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.As millions are mandated to remain at home to curb coronavirus, domestic violence and child abuse cases are on the rise.”Domestic violence victims need a lot of the things that we take for granted; they need income, they need health care, they need law enforcement, they need courts, and sometimes they need domestic violence or homeless shelters. And all of those are impacted to varying degrees right now,” Melanie Blow, chief operations officer of the New York-based Stop Abuse Campaign, told Fox News. “And if a domestic violence victim is more isolated than normal, there are fewer people who can offer help.”In several interviews conducted by Fox News in recent weeks, police – for the most part – pointed to a spike in domestic violence as a result of the protracted shelter-in-place.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEEmergency calls for domestic violence disturbances and violence grew on average between 10

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