A Conviction for DV May Mean Loss of Parenting Time, Gun Rights, and Even Going on Your Kids Field Trip
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A DV Conviction can mean Loss of Parenting Time, Gun Rights, and Even Going on Your Kids Field Trip
When police are called to a home or residence on a Domestic Violence call, they usually end up removing someone from the home. Police make an arrest on charges of Domestic Violence in order to diffuse the situation and prevent further problems. Even if you acted in self-defense or did not strike the other person, public policy requires the police to do something. On top of all of this, when you go in front of a Judge, a no-contact order will be imposed and one of you is not going home for a while. Better get a lawyer to help or find a new place to live for a while
Everyone has argument with their boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse, but if it gets out of hand and the police are called, you can bet they will show up at your door. And once they do show up, they will take the matter seriously and someone is going to jail. You should take this matter seriously too. A conviction or even allegations of Domestic Violence may effect your rights to child custody or visitation. You or your children could be removed from your home. And you could face prison time.
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