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Domestic Violence

Different Types of Assault Charges

While assault may seem like a straightforward term, the legal definition of assault is broad and varied. Assault can range from causing physical harm to another person to making threatening comments regarding violent acts, even if you never commit any actual violence. Because assault…

What Happened in the Recent Supreme Court Decision About Domestic Violence?

The Supreme Court recently decided a case in which the issue of gun rights and domestic violence offenders were involved. In Voisine v. U.S., a Maine resident, Mr. Voisine was investigated for shooting wildlife illegally. During the course of the investigation, law enforcement discovered…

Preparing for a Domestic Violence Hearing

Domestic violence is a serious charge that can carry with it consequences that follow an individual for life. When you are charged with domestic violence, you will attend a hearing to determine whether legal action should be taken to address the situation. If you…

Why are domestic violence cases so common?

Tucson courts are absolutely filled to the brim with domestic violence cases. I’ve thought a lot about why this is— as well as whether or not it always been this way— and I’ve discovered that the answers to these questions are not simple ones.…

Domestic Violence: Child Abuse

“My kid did something wrong and I disciplined her for it: I spanked her. Now, I am charged with a domestic violence assault crime and the Department of Child Safety ( formerly Child Protective Services or CPS) is in my life. How can this…

New Sentencing Bill Will Help Prosecutors Coerce Guilty Pleas From Drug Defendants

It’s already easy enough for attorneys do coerce a guilty plea from a defendant in a drug case: 97% of federal drug defendants end up pleading guilty. If that number sounds high, prepare for it to possibly go higher thanks to the new Sentencing…

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