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Old 11-17-2017, 03:53 AM   #1
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Default Domestic Violence

Many states define domestic violence as a distinct crime. As a result, a suspect who strikes a significant other may be charged with domestic violence instead of (or in addition to) other crimes such as assault and battery. Recognizing that domestic abusers take advantage of their victims' trust and confidence, after a conviction for domestic voilence prosecutors often push for sentences that are harsher than those that might be sought for assault-type crimes involving two strangers. Those sentences typically include special protections for past (and potential) targets of domestic abuse.Domestic violence can sometimes be a tricky area of the law involving emotionally-charged events and perceptions. If you've been charged with domestic violence, your case will depend on what facts can be established at trial. This can be especially difficult where there are no third party witnesses, but a seasoned criminal defense attorney knows what to look for and can help you present your strongest defense.


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