Domestic Violence Restraining Order: Reasonable Self Defense Is Not Abuse

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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