In recognition of Domestic Violence Month, Middlesex County Probate \u0026 Family Court Probation is hosting the \u201cSilent Witness\u201d exhibit, which features silhouettes representing a dozen domestic violence victims in the Commonwealth who died at the hands of their abusers in 2016.\n\nThe traveling exhibit may be viewed at the Cambridge courthouse, 208 Cambridge Street, through Thursday, October 27th, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The exhibit is being displayed in the first floor lobby of the courthouse. This year marks the second time Middlesex Probate \u0026 Family Probation has hosted this event. This exhibit is funded by the Judicial Institute, Violence Against Women (VAWA) grant. REACH beyond domestic violence created the exhibit and provided the silhouettes.\n\nThe Silent Witness exhibit features a dozen free-standing, life-size, red silhouettes each representing a woman, man, or child in the Commonwealth who were murdered. In 2016, there were 11 women and one man. Each silhouette displays the name and story of each person.\n\n\u201cThe exhibit helps educate the public about the horrible impact domestic violence has on families and the community,\u201d said Middlesex Probate \u0026 Family Court Chief Probation Officer G. Scott Angelo.