Written by Moses & Rooth on September 30, 2011
A three-judge panel in the First District Court of Appeal has ruled that one single spank does not qualify as domestic violence, and unanimously quashed an injunction for protection against domestic violence issued against a man identified only as G.C.
Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence
The injunction for protection…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on July 13, 2011
Anyone arrested for domestic violence already knows the weight that such accusations carry. Even when the charges are baseless, the arrestee is already convicted in the court of public opinion. However, a recent domestic violence arrest appearing in national headlines could help to prevent some from jumping to conclusions when…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on February 4, 2011
For years we have heard that episodes of domestic violence dramatically rise on Super Bowl Sunday. Much like the common belief that hospital emergency rooms are busier when there’s a full moon, the truth of the Super Bowl violence matter is shrouded in mystery. Or is it?
Many Believe There is…Read More