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Can a Judge Revoke My Probation If I’m Accused of Domestic Violence?

By Julia Kefalinos |

Domestic violence charges can have a devastating effect on someone who is already serving a term of probation for a prior criminal offense. Probation is a privilege and not a right in Florida. And in most cases, a judge may revoke probation if there is evidence you committed another crime–such as domestic battery–without the… Read More »

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Can My Ex-Spouse Get a Domestic Violence Injunction Just by Asking for One?

By Julia Kefalinos |

A final judgment for protection in a Florida domestic violence case can be devastating for the defendant. Not only does a permanent injunction publicly tar you as an abuser–even if you never committed a violent act–it can affect your basic civil rights. Indeed, if you are an immigrant living in the U.S. you can… Read More »

What the Supreme Court’s Latest Decision Means for People Accused of Domestic Violence

By Julia Kefalinos |

A domestic violence charge can have a long-lasting impact on someone who has been falsely accused of hurting a spouse, domestic partner, or family member. In their zeal to protect genuine victims of abuse, federal and state legislators have passed a number of laws designed to take away basic civil liberties from individuals convicted… Read More »

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