Domestic Violence is charged for a broad range of crimes and has been one of the more common arrests that police make in the state of California. According to the Department of Justice, domestic violence is any pattern of abuse that is used in a relationship for one partner to gain control over the other partner in the relationship.
This type of violence is not just physical abuse, it could be sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological. For someone to get arrested for this type of violence they would have to conduct any behavior that is used to intimidate, manipulate, humiliate, isolate, frighten, terrorize, coerce, threaten, blame, hurt, injure, or wound another person. Anybody could fall under the terror of domestic violence and it could sometimes be out of the hands of the victim. This tragedy could happen to anybody without the victim realizing what is going on until it is too late. The victim of the violence could have a hard time emotionally and could develop mental illnesses.
Some of the most common results of domestic violence is a problem with alcohol. The constant beating, whether it is emotional or physical could cripple the victim’s ability to be happy and optimistic during rough times. Domestic violence does not only affect the victim in the household. Children that are forced to grow up around this type of environment are more likely to grow up with social problems, such as not being able to hold any kind of steady relationship. It could also follow the child into his or her household in the future and makes it impossible for that person to escape the violence. This could also happen to family members or anyone that has to witness the violence first hand.
They may feel useless and not able to help or the victim may deny that there is anything wrong with the suspect’s behavior. This type of violence is extremely dangerous and must be stopped as soon as it starts. If you have any further questions or would like to consult us about a domestic violence case, please contact Sunrise Bail Bonds.