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  • No Duty to Retreat in Self Defense Cases
      by HG.org

    In self-defense cases, there are generally two different approaches that states take. The first is the duty to retreat. The second is stand your ground. The rules that the state follows can have a significant impact on the defendantís case.

  • Explanation of Violent Crimes
      by HG.org

    Individuals who have been charged with a violent crime may wish to seek immediate legal counsel in order to help combat the potential consequences of such charges. Having a firm understanding of these crimes and the charges associated with them can help provide a better defense.

  • Facing Assault and Battery Charges? What You Need to Know
      by HG.org

    Assault and battery charges are very serious in nature. Being convicted of a crime of this nature corresponds with potentially life-altering consequences. Due to the potential consequences, a person should immediately seek legal representation in order to have the best chance at avoiding a conviction.

  • How Assault and Aggravated Assault Differ
      by HG.org

    Assault charges and aggravated assault charges differ in a number of important ways. An assault charge may be elevated to an aggravated assault charge when certain factors are at play. Whether a charge is considered assault or aggravated assault also affects the potential punishment that a defendant can face.

  • Domestic Battery Laws
      by HG.org

    Domestic violence instances continue to run rampant throughout the country. Learning about the laws related to domestic battery and the potential penalties that a conviction can mean is the first step that a defendant who is facing domestic battery charges may take.

  • Is Domestic Violence a Felony or Misdemeanor?
      by HG.org

    Domestic violence is taken seriously in jurisdictions throughout the country. In some areas, domestic violence is considered a felony. In others, it is considered a misdemeanor. This classification has a dramatic impact on the potential sentences that a defendant may face.

  • Repercussions of Domestic Violence Accusations
      by HG.org

    When domestic violence ensues, the person that perpetrates the acts and is convicted may find himself or herself on the receiving end of many harsh punishments. This conviction usually occurs when the prosecution is successful at proving the accused has harmed the victim in a violent and intentional way.

  • An Overview of Domestic Violence
      by HG.org

    Domestic violence is an act that has been difficult to categorize legally in some states, but it has been increasing in occurrence throughout the entire country. It is often defined as the actions of an offender through violent or aggressive conduct towards those at home. These individuals at home may be family members, a spouse, children or those residing in the house.

  • Choking as a Felony
      by HG.org

    Many states are taking proactive steps to make choking a more serious offense by elevating it to a felony charge. Choking is a criminal act that is often associated with domestic violence. Despite this association, many states do not currently consider this offense to be a felony. Like many aspects of domestic violence issues, this elevation of the crime is a highly debated topic.

  • Potential Defenses to Crimes
      by HG.org

    In order to avoid a conviction, it is necessary to build a defensive strategy in a criminal case. This strategy is based on the particular circumstances involved in the case.


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