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Domestic violence is a very concerning vice, especially in California. According to California law, the court can issue a restraining order in a domestic case to prevent you from harassing, harming, or threatening the complainant. Under California Penal...Read More
After you’ve been faced with domestic violence charges, you might be wondering whether your charges are misdemeanor or a felony. This can be a challenging situation since it determines the kind of penalties that you are at risk of facing. Please read...Read More
The criminal acts of domestic violence and corporal injury on an intimate partner involve many actions. Domestic violence (DV) is a pattern of abusive behavior in an intimate relationship utilized by one of the partners to obtain or keep control over...Read More
Under California’s Penal Code 13700, it is illegal to commit abuse against an intimate partner. The law defines abuse as the act of intentionally and recklessly using or threatening to use physical force. While this is a far cry from an argument, it is...Read More