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A domestic violence charge can range from a misdemeanor to a felony and has consequences that stem beyond just a criminal charge. In addition to the inability to own a firearm, those charged with domestic violence may be barred from their home and unable to see their children.

Three Ways the Current Rash of Domestic Violence Cases Could Affect You

Anyone who has paid even a bit of attention to current events knows there are a number of high-profile domestic violence cases in the news. The most talked about events involve athletes and have triggered a nationwide conversation about domestic violence. From magazine articles to popular television shows, people are calling for an end to violence in the home. This is great news for victims and could end up stopping...
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Three Things to Do If You are Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence has been in the news a great deal lately and unfortunately, when a topic like this becomes center of attention, there is often a spike in false accusations. People are victims of domestic violence, but there are also those who are victimized by false allegations. Statistics show that as many as 70% of restraining orders requested are based on trivial or false claims, and estimates show that as...
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Three Surprising Effects a Domestic Violence Charge Will Have on Your Life

Domestic violence is viewed by many in society as a private matter. They believe if something happens within a family’s home it is nobody’s business and everyone should turn a blind eye, even if it is something disruptive or unusual. Unfortunately, when it comes to acts of violence in the home, this attitude can result in serious injuries, disturbing abuse, and even death. Opinions about domestic violence are beginning to...
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What to Do if You are Accused of Stalking an Ex

 It is possible to be accused of stalking by anyone at any time, but when you are in the process of ending a relationship or have recently done so, actions tend to be misunderstood and could be construed as harassment or stalking. Even if your intentions are good, your former significant other might have concerns that get blown out of proportion. Likewise, if things ended on poor terms, your ex...
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