Reasonable Self Defense Is Not Abuse When Requesting Domestic Violence Restraining Order

Reasonable Self Defense Is Not Abuse When Requesting Domestic Violence Restraining Order

By Marcus Morales on Mar 13, 2018 in Articles, Divorce, Legal Separation, Spousal Support

IRMO Valerie and Louis G, the court affirmed that within the meaning of family code section 6203 (domestic violence statute), a person who responds reasonably to an aggressor does not commit abuse.

In re the Marriage of Valerie and Louis G. (Cal. App., May 16, 2017, D558422)

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