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Category: Domestic Violence

When Domestic Abuse Victims are too Afraid to Speak Up

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on May 16, 2018

If you ask the typical Orlando-area police officer what scenario they fear most while on-duty, their answer probably will not be “taking down a drug dealer” or responding to a mass shooting. Instead, the officer may tell you their greatest fear is responding to a Read More

Recognizing the Signs of an Abusive Relationship

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on April 19, 2018

Many relationships are based on love and trust. The two parties involved respect each other enough to not physically or emotionally hurt one another. They do not forcefully push, shove or hit each other, and they do not use or threaten any other type of violence.

Some…Read More

Is Domestic Violence a Public Health Issue?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on March 14, 2018

We all understand that domestic violence is a serious problem in Florida. Indeed, many of us personally know someone who has been affected by acts of domestic abuse or violence. But beyond the individual victims, what does domestic abuse look like in the…Read More

Self-Defense and Domestic Violence

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on August 7, 2017

In domestic violence cases, the accuser often has the advantage. Prosecutors and juries tend to be sympathetic towards people who claim to be victims of abuse. But in fact, there are many situations where the accuser was actually the instigator and the defendant…Read More

Domestic Abuse and First Responders

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on May 9, 2017

Domestic violence is a complex issue. Many victims are afraid to come forward because they fear being judged. And many first responders train to render assistance, such as firefighters and paramedics, may not be properly trained to identify and properly deal with potential domestic violence…Read More