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When are Domestic Violence Cases Considered a Felony

Conflict is inevitable in every relationship, however, what happens when it becomes physical? That's when the authorities get involved. Domestic violence laws in California are intended to protect individuals who are vulnerable, such as domestic...

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What is Victim Restitution in Domestic Violence Cases

The criminal courts in California can order you to pay restitution to the victim of a domestic violence case. The state has victim compensation statutes created to help the victims receive compensation for their injuries. When you don’t have sufficient...

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What is Domestic Battery in San Diego?

You commit a crime of domestic battery when you willfully or unlawfully touch or use force and violence on an intimate partner. Domestic battery is one of the most commonly prosecuted domestic violence crimes in California. You can face an arrest and...

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What Happens if I Violate My Domestic Violence Restraining Order?

A domestic violence restraining order (DVRO) is a court order that helps protect persons from abuse or threats of abuse from an individual they have a close relationship with. If a DVRO has been issued against you, it means you’re being prohibited from...

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