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While assault, battery and threats of violence are already illegal in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, the penalties and collateral consequences are more serious when the crime occurs between two people related by blood or marriage or who were previously in a romantic relationship.


The designation of a domestic relationship is usually defined to include a boyfriend and girlfriend, a husband and wife, gay or lesbian couples, a mother and father who have a child in common, or family members closely related by blood or marriage (particularly parents, children and siblings).


Many domestic violence cases also involve filing for a petition for protection (often called a "restraining order" or "injunction") against domestic violence.


Criminal charges can follow an allegation of a violation of an injunction for domestic violence. Related charges include stalking, cyberstalking and harassment.

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Aaron D. Lawrence

Aaron D. Lawrence
Law Office of James M. Wilkerson
207 W. Mississippi Ave. Suite 200
Ruston, LA 71270
Licensed for 4 years, Aaron D. Lawrence is a Criminal Defense and Personal Injury lawyer who attended Paul M. Hebert Law Center - Louisiana... read more >

Shelley Ann Goff

Shelley Ann Goff
Goff & Goff
612 N Vienna St
Ruston, LA 71273
Licensed for 13 years, Shelley Ann Goff is a Criminal Defense lawyer... read more >

Robert Andrew Moore

Robert Andrew Moore
100 W Texas Ave Fl 2
Ruston, LA 71270
Licensed for 21 years, Robert Andrew Moore is a Criminal Defense lawyer... read more >

Elizabeth Deiandria Smith

Elizabeth Deiandria Smith
PO BOX 1106
Grambling, LA 71245
Licensed for 10 years, Elizabeth Deiandria Smith is a Administrative Law and Criminal Defense lawyer who attended Thurgood Marshall School ... read more >
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