Domestic violence is a serious enough matter that nearly 20 people per minute are victims of it in the United States alone. Allegations in this regard are upheaving to all concerned. If you are ever charged with domestic violence, you need to know how to handle yourself on the legal landscape.
Don’t Speak to the Police
If a third party or the alleged victim contacts the police, you are not legally obligated to talk to them. Statements made at the time can be used against you because the police are trying to establish the correct party to arrest. Exercise your constitutional right to remain silent, and do as the officer says if they decide to apprehend you.
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