2 edition of Domestic violence law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. xiii-xxi).
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B Placing another in fear of imminent serious physical harm. 040 ; xx Rape in the second degree RCW 9A. "Intimate partners'' means persons currently or formerly involved in a romantic relationship, whether or not such relationship was ever sexually consummated. 2 "Domestic abuse" means any act, attempted act, or threatened act of violence, stalking, harassment, or coercion that is committed by any person against another person to whom the actor is currently or was formerly related, or with whom the actor is living or has lived in the same domicile, or with whom the actor is involved or has been involved in an intimate relationship.
15:1503 when committed by an adult child or adult grandchild.
who also lived with the defendant. persons otherwise related by blood or marriage, g. Establish parentage paternity of your children with the restrained person if you are not married to, or in a domestic partnership with, him or her UNLESS you and the restrained person agree to parentage of your child or children and agree to the court entering a judgment about parentage. D This section does not apply if the person has legitimate business or any Domestic violence law, license, or invitation to enter or remain upon the grounds or structure of the domestic violence shelter or the domestic violence shelter's administrative offices.
You can get a first offense domestic violence 3rd degree conviction expunged in SC, but only after five years Domestic violence law first offense misdemeanors in the magistrate or municipal court can be expunged after three years. Theft includes theft as defined under Sections 13A-8-1 to 13A-8-5, inclusive. In some states, the information on this website may be considered a lawyer referral service.
C Information identifying a victim or a household member, guardian, or caretaker of a victim, or an alleged or suspected perpetrator of domestic violence may not be disclosed during a public meeting, and information regarding the involvement of any agency with the victim, alleged perpetrator, and other household members may not be disclosed during a public meeting.
to cross state lines to enter or leave Indian country and violate a qualifying Protection Order.
A domestic violence charge shall not be dismissed or a domestic violence conviction shall not be set aside for failure to comply with this subsection.
Criminal coercion as defined under Section 13A-6-25.
Provides resources for you to get help with domestic violence issues if you live in an Indian tribal community or reservation.
Factors that the court may consider when determining whether a dating relationship exists or existed include: A the nature of the relationship; B the length of time the relationship has existed; C the frequency of interaction between the parties; D the length of time since the relationship was terminated, if applicable.