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Florida man charged in purported domestic violence incident

Many couples have arguments. Such occurrences are normal, and individuals tend to move past such events quickly. However, there are instances in which a disagreement or other issue could cause a conflict to escalate, and an individual could be charged in relation to domestic violence. In the event of such allegations, the accused party may wish to determine the best defense routes.

One man in Florida may be hoping to bolster his case after recently being charged. Reports stated that the man had arrived at an apartment that he apparently lived in with his girlfriend. However, the girlfriend had allegedly told the man not to come back because he still spent time with his wife. The man's arrival was reportedly unexpected by the girlfriend.

It was unclear what may have caused the situation to escalate, but it was reported that the man allegedly grabbed the woman by the neck. She then picked up a kitchen knife, purportedly in self defense. Authorities took the man into custody as a result of the situation, and he is facing a misdemeanor charge for battery. After posting a $3,000 bail, he was released.

Accusations pertaining to domestic violence can have a multitude of consequences, especially if the accused person is convicted. Therefore, the Florida man in this case may wish to focus on his criminal defense in a manner that would allow him to make a meaningful presentation in court. He may also want to speak with his legal counsel in order to understand what he may face as his case proceeds and what steps he could potentially take to prepare.

Source: flkeysnews.com, "Key West code inspector fired for domestic-violence arrest", Gwen Filosa, Aug. 10, 2016

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