What happens to me if I am convicted of domestic violence?

In the United States, domestic violence is a big deal. If you are convicted, you will be unemployable by most corporations. In addition to which, for a period of time, you will lose the right to bear firearms. That’s a huge problem. Not just the firearms issue, but it will follow you forever. What people don’t understand is that once you’ve been charged and convicted of a crime of this nature, domestic violence, it stays with you in your arrest record. Not necessarily conviction record, but an arrest record forever, so avoid it at all costs. If you get in a domestic dispute with someone, you need to use your common sense. Calm down, turn around, and leave. That’s the best protection to avoid a charge of domestic violence, and certainly a conviction for domestic violence.

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