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Domestic Violence and Protective Orders

Domestic violence (also called family violence) is a pattern of behavior and a method of control which results in physical injury or places one in reasonable apprehension of serious bodily injury and which is committed by a person against such person’s family or household member. One person dominates other household members by violence and/or psychological abuse.

Family Abuse Protective Orders

This article contains information regarding your rights to protective orders when you have a family or household member relationship to the person who is hurting you.

Protective Orders

This article contains information regarding your rights to protective orders- whether or not you have a family or household member relationship to the person who is hurting you.

Questions Victims of Domestic Violence Often Have

This articles answers questions about your rights if you are a victim of domestic violence.

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