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    Default Domestic Violence Charge for Slapping Boyfriend

    Someone i know was brought into jail for slapping her boyfriend during an argument in the car. Someone saw this and called the police. It was an open hand slap, no one was hurt, and the boyfriend did not even want to press charges. The girl was arrested and now is being pressed charges by the state for Misdemeanor domestic violence... what will the punishment be, since they both admitted to her slapping him when they were pulled over.

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    Usually in domestic violence cases. If the victim does not want to press charges. The state will usually press charges against the assaulter.

    I can not predict what will happen in court to here. Bieng it is a misdemeanor, I think alot will depend on if she has any prior criminal record. Just because they admitted to it happening when they were pulled over really does not matter in for the punishment.

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