Chapter 1 — Charged With Domestic Violence?

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Other Chapters

| 2 — Protection Orders | 3 — Domestic Violence | 4 — Domestic Violence Statistics |

| 5 — Stalking | 6 — DV And The Law | 7 — Colorado Judges—Citizen's Review | 8 — Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado |

| 9 — Male Perspective | 10 — Female of the Species | 11 — Violent Women | 12 — Stories Of Violent Women And Abused Men In Colorado |

| 13 — Women Who Killed Their Partners In Colorado | 14 — Applicable Colorado Laws | 15 — Social Goals | 16 — Other Sources For Help |


 

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This chapter is based on the presumption that an individual is innocent until proven guilty by a jury of their peers.
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The greater a person's sense of guilt, the greater his or her need to cast blame on another.

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Sections

What Happens When 911 Is Dialed by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Mandatory Protection Order Pursuant to Section 18-1-1001, C.R.S.

Penalties For A Domestic Violence Conviction

You Will Need A Lawyer by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

A Criminal Defense Attorney's View Of The Domestic Violence Industry by Paul G. Stuckle, Esq.

911 — Lifeline Or A Deadly Trap? by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.