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What to Do After a Domestic Violence Charge in Texas

Posted on July 16, 2019 in
Texas treats domestic violence as a serious crime, often resulting in jail time, fines, and restraining orders – but not all instances of domestic violence are valid. Sometimes, a domestic partner may allege abuse when none occurred, and you could face serious consequences in the aftermath. If you are facing charges for domestic violence,...
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MOEP and Protective Orders in Texas

Posted on August 10, 2018 in
The justice system in Texas strives to prevent further harm to victims of violent crimes and protect their families as well. A Texas magistrate can issue a Magistrate’s Order of Emergency Protection (MOEP) to protect the victim and his or her family from an individual arrested for family violence, sexual abuse, aggravated sexual assault,...
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When to Call the Police for a Domestic Dispute

Posted on November 9, 2017 in
Families and spouses get into arguments and even heated altercations every day. In some situations, a domestic dispute can disturb neighbors to the point where they wonder whether or not to call the police. It’s important to understand the difference between a domestic spat and domestic abuse. The determining factor for anyone wondering whether...
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