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Tag Archives: Wrongfully Accused

Can the Police Enter My Home If I’m Accused of Domestic Violence?

By Julia Kefalinos |

If you are accused of domestic violence or under suspicion for any other state crime, how you deal with the police is critical. Remember, you have a constitutional right not to speak or be compelled to incriminate yourself. The police may also not conduct an “unreasonable” search of your home, car, or other property… Read More »

Can “Uncivil” Text Messages Justify a Domestic Violence Injunction?

By Julia Kefalinos |

A domestic violence injunction is supposed to protect someone from the threat of imminent harm. It is not a weapon to be wielded because there was a disagreement or someone made a rash statement. A person may be falsely accused of domestic violence based solely on the accuser’s subjective belief that he or she… Read More »

Protecting the Due Process Rights of Persons Accused of Domestic Violence

By Julia Kefalinos |

Domestic violence laws are designed to protect women, children, or anyone else suffering from the effects of abuse at the hands of a family or household member. A Florida court may issue a permanent injunction for protection against an individual when there is evidence presented of domestic abuse. But the law must also protect… Read More »

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