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Russell Webster

Russell Webster

Criminal Justice & substance misuse expert and author of this blog.

Legal protection from domestic violence

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The infographic provides an outline of the different types of abuse, the scale of the problem – along with some myths debunked and the legal action which can be taken against the perpetrators. The key message is that there are now many agencies which can support victims of domestic abuse to take legal and practical steps to end their abuse.

 Civil Law and Criminal Law remedies

Today’s post is simply the opportunity to share a really useful infographic on domestic violence from Laker Legal solicitors . The infographic provides an outline of the different types of abuse, the scale of the problem – along with some myths debunked and the legal action which can be taken against the perpetrators.

Their key message is that there are now many agencies which can support victims of domestic abuse to take legal and practical steps to end their abuse.


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Legal Protection from Domestic Violence by Laker Legal Solicitors

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