If you’ve been victimized by another individual, you probably hope that law enforcement does their job and holds the other person accountable. But what happens if you are victimized but you don’t want the perpetrator to be charged with a crime? Do you have any say in how the situation plays out, or is it […]
Tips For Proving Self-Defense In A Domestic Dispute
Domestic disputes oftentimes come down to he said, she said arguments, and police have been trained to err on the side of caution if there is any doubt about a situation. This can complicate matters in a hurry, especially if police are quick to believe the other person or dismiss your claims of self-defense. However, […]
Sports Results Impact Domestic Violence Rates
While many people may have thrown a pillow across the room after Joe Webb continued to fire passes into the dirt during the playoff loss to the Packers, a new study shows that some people may be more likely to take their rage out on their partner after a disappointing loss. A report in the […]
How to Job Hunt with a Criminal Record
In 2010, 73 percent of human resources professionals said their company conducted a criminal background check during the hiring process, and that number has likely increased over the past few years as more information is becoming digitized.