Did you know that you don’t have to be married to be charged with domestic violence? In Florida domestic violence charges can be brought against anyone who engages in an act of violence against a relative, former spouse, current spouse or domestic partner, relative or other persons living together in the same domain. An act of violence is defined as battery or an assault (sexual or otherwise), that is committed against another.
Domestic violence crimes are very serious. In fact, Florida makes these crimes punishable by a minimum of 5 days in county jail. And repeat offenders will face harsher punishment that can result in high bail amounts. Additionally, the court may restrict contact between the defendant and the alleged victim.
We understand that things happen and things are not always what they seem. That’s why we are here to help you with bonds associated with domestic violence cases. Call us today and a licensed bail bond agent will help guide you through the process.
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