Domestic violence is a broad term. It can refer to several different types of behavior involving current or former spouses, as well as current or former partners in a cohabitating relationship.
The behavior can include abuse, threats or forced sexual contact. At Corbett Gwilliam, PLLC, we provide focused and effective defense against charges that allege such actions.
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The law prohibits many different behaviors between intimate partners. Intimate partners include many others besides spouses. The others include former spouses, current or former cohabitants and people who have a child together.
Physical abuse is the most obvious type of intimate partner violence. Others include threats of violence, forcible sex acts and severe emotional abuse.
In some cases, a former partner who is concerned about domestic violence or domestic abuse may seek a protective order. This is an order limiting or prohibiting contact and communication.
Our attorneys can help you make a strong defense against any domestic violence charge. We know how to stand up to prosecutors and guide you toward a resolution that protects your rights.
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