In essence, domestic violence is defined as:
- Physically hurting or trying to hurt someone, intentionally or recklessly;
- Sexual assault;
- Making someone reasonably afraid that he or she is about to be seriously hurt (like threats or promises to harm someone); OR
- Behavior like harassing, stalking, threatening, or hitting someone; disturbing someone’s peace; or destroying someone’s personal property.
Domestic violence occurs between people who have been involved in an intimate, close relationship with one another (such as married couple, or a dating couple, or people who used to date one another, a couple that lived together, a married couple or unmarried couple who have a minor child or minor children together) or between people who are closely related to one another by blood or marriage.
If you are the victim of domestic violence in the State of California (whether the domestic violence is physical abuse, mental abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, and/or financial abuse) who is in immediate harm or immediate danger and who needs to procure a Family Law Domestic Violence Restraining Order, or if you are the accused who would like to or needs to defend against a Family Law Domestic Violence Restraining Order(s) in the State of California, Mr. Jagroop is the man and the attorney that you need to talk to.
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