What is domestic violence?
Arizona Revised Statute 13-3601 describes Arizona’s domestic violence law. Did you know that disclosing nude photos without the pictured person’s consent is not only against the law, but could also be considered domestic violence, depending on the relationship between the people? Domestic violence encompasses more than just physical abuse. A person can also be found guilty of domestic violence by threatening violence or emotionally abusing another person. In order to have an act categorized as domestic violence, there must be a relationship between the perpetrator and the victim, such as marriage or former marriage, current or previous sexual relationship, or relation by blood, marriage or court order.
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