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Old 11-17-2017, 10:29 PM   #1
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Default Domestic Violence - What It Is And The Most Common Charges

Domestic violence cases are some of the most common types of cases taken on by criminal defense attorneys. So lawyers must have vast knowledge of domestic violence law in order to have a successful practice, but it's important for lay citizens to have a good understanding of this type of law as well.

Child Abuse or Child Endangerment- Involving a child in any of the types of violence explained in the second paragraph or having a child in the same area as violence against another could result in a domestic violence charge.

2. Battery- This is when an injury incurred due to violence is not severe enough to warrant a felony, but instead just a misdemeanor

3. Criminal Threats- Even though no physical harm is imposed through a threat, it is still illegal to threaten someone with serious harm or injury to cause fear within them.


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