Domestic Violence

Domestic Battery Defense

What makes the battery arrest domestic violence?

According to criminal attorney William R Moore, an arrest for battery, misdemeanor or felony, will wind up in front of the domestic violence judge if there is a certain relationship between the accused and the alleged victim. Battery is the unwanted striking of another person, which causes them harm. The level of harm, use of …

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Man hit by car after attempting to kill ex-wife apprehended

Our Criminal Lawyers in Fort Lauderdale recently reported on a crime occurring in Hollywood Florida whereby a man was hit by a car after stabbing his ex-wife. The Sun Sentinel report today that a suspect has been apprehended and charged with kidnapping, stalking and felony murder. A Broward County magistrate judge ordered Jorge Ruiz held …

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I was arrested for domestic violence and now I’m not allowed in my home what can I do?

Many domestic violence arrests result in the accused being ordered not to visit their own home. This court order issued by the assigned domestic violence judge is legal and it does not matter if the person residing in your home has little or no right to be there. Arrested for domestic violence in Broward County …

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Domestic Violence in Broward County: Still an Akward Political Crime

Domestic violence in Broward County has long been considered to be an offense that ┬áis fueled by private industry and the emotions of South Florida residents. Our Criminal Lawyers know this and factor that in outlining an appropriate defense strategy. In the past 17 years as a Domestic Violence Attorney in Broward County Florida, I …

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