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  • Domestic Violence Domestic violence is physical, emotional, sexual or verbal abuse that occurs between two people who have a family or household relationship. Examples of illegal acts include punching, shoving, biting and slapping. Derogatory language, threats and unwanted sexual advances can result in domestic violence charges. The law also prohibits bullying behaviors designed to intimidate someone or limit their freedom. The charge can originate from a neighbor who overheard an argument and called the police. There are also instances where the alleged victim attempts to obtain sympathy during custody or divorce proceedings. The criminal justice system does not take abuse allegations lightly, and you shouldn’t either. It is important that you take the steps necessary to defend yourself. It

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