While committing crimes of assault or battery are illegal and prosecuted as such, things get much more serious and the laws change when the person being abused is a spouse, fiancé, live in or dating partner, or parent to your child. California laws are harsh on cases of domestic violence. They are handled with stricter punishments when it is determined that physical force or threats of violence are used against an intimate partner or loved one, such as a child.
There are a few common cases of domestic violence. They include, but are not limited to:
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