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Category Archives: Domestic Violence


Domestic Violence Charges Are Much More Serious When A Weapon Is Involved

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Ask any police officer or 911 operator, and they will tell you that domestic violence calls are all in a day’s work.  It is nothing out of the ordinary when a couple gets into an argument, tempers flare, fists fly, and someone calls the police.  Most domestic violence cases blow over quickly, at least… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Depositions In Florida Criminal Cases

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

All defendants in criminal cases have the right to due process of law, which means that the state and all other parties involved in the case must follow the legal procedures correctly.  Unless the defendant quickly decides to plead guilty, then there is a pretrial discovery phase where both the prosecution and the defense… Read More »

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Will The Jury Believe You That Your Ex Has Ulterior Motives For Accusing You Of Domestic Violence?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Accusations of domestic violence have been journalists’ bread and butter since before the word “clickbait” existed and before it was possible to access news reports through an action called clicking.  If word gets out that your ex accused you of hitting her, the court of public opinion will have a field day, and if… Read More »

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Criminal Charges Are Just One Type Of Legal Problems That Domestic Violence Can Bring

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

People say that the ones you love the most are the ones you hurt.  A disproportionate number of calls to police are about physical fights and other heated confrontations between romantic partners or family members.  Sometimes these disputes lead to arrests and criminal convictions for domestic violence.  Equally often, though, the parties, having a… Read More »

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