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The Forms of Domestic Violence
The Forms of Domestic Violence

When people think of domestic violence , they often picture physical abuse. While physical abuse is undoubtedly one form of domestic violence, people can be charged and convicted for other forms as well. Today, we will discuss all the forms of domestic violence: criminal ...

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Blog posts in Domestic Violence

  • Evidence Required for Domestic Violence Arrests

    What makes a viable criminal case? Evidence. The strength of a prosecutor’s case against someone accused of committing a crime comes down to the ...

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  • Why Do People Lie About Domestic Violence?

    Accusations of domestic violence have increased over the last few years, and that’s not a bad thing. Unfortunately, some people are taking advantage ...

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  • Is Sexting Legal?

    It is important to know the law before you send a sexually explicit or suggestive image by phone. If you and the person you are dating are over the ...

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  • FAQ #26: Is Verbal Abuse Domestic Violence?

    California Verbal Abuse Definition When it comes to verbal fights or verbal threats, there is a distinction in the law about what you can say and what ...

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  • FAQ #25: How Much Jail Time Can You Get for Domestic Violence?

    When it comes to jail time for domestic violence , it depends on whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony . Every misdemeanor in the state of ...

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  • FAQ #24: What is the Difference Between a Domestic Disturbance and Domestic Violence?

    The difference between domestic disturbance versus domestic violence generally has to do with whether you put your hands on someone, you touched them ...

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  • FAQ #23: What Qualifies as Physical Abuse?

    What qualifies as physical abuse for the State of California? Well, it is technically any time you put your hands on someone without their consent and ...

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  • FAQ #17: Is Domestic Violence a Felony in California?

    In California, domestic violence can either be a felony or a misdemeanor. Typically, the delineation point is how grievous are the injuries or how ...

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  • FAQ #16: Do I Need a Lawyer for a Domestic Violence Case?

    One of the questions I think that we hear frequently is, "Why would I need a lawyer or how do I know which lawyer to choose?" And I always tell any ...

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