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Domestic Violence can continue over a long period of time and becomes more frequent and more severe over time. Domestic violence can happen to anyone regardless of race, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender. Domestic violence affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels. Domestic violence occurs in both opposite-sex and same-sex relationships and can happen to intimate partners who are married, living together, or dating. Domestic violence acts are established by the relationship between the offender and the victim.
A person protected by the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act is 18 years of age or older, or who is an emancipated minor, and who has been subjected to domestic violence by a spouse, former spouse, or any other person who is a present or former household member.Driving by Trenton, New Jersey
Both complaints should be filed for your protection since the civil complaint is deed to protect you and the criminal complaint is deed to punish the abuser. A victim of domestic violence has the right to seek a Temporary Restraining Order TROalong with a criminal complaint. A TRO is an order that is issued by a judge who is satisfied that demanding circumstances exist enough to excuse the failure of the victim to appear personally and that sufficient grounds for granting the temporary restraining order have been shown.
To protect the victim from the defendant, the judge may grant within the temporary restraining order that the:. Within 10 days of the TRO the court will schedule a hearing. Both you and your abuser will have a chance to testify. The judge will consider both testimonies before issuing a Final Restraining Order. The New Jersey State Police does not offer counseling services, however if you are experiencing abuse, please know there is help and that you are not alone.
Every county throughout New Jersey has at least one domestic violence program providing a range of services to survivors of domestic violence and their children by trained and compassionate domestic violence advocates. If you have experienced domestic violence and would like to speak with someone about it, you can call the hour Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline : SAFE or look below to contact your local domestic violence program. Many services are free, confidential and provided regardless of gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, ability level or immigration status.
Center for Hope and Safety 24 Hr. Hotline: Web: www. Camden County Women's Center 24 Hr. CARA, Inc. Access Family Services 24 Hr. Womenrising, Inc. Hotline: Toll free: Web: www.
Womanspace, Inc. Women Aware, Inc. Manavi Inc. Project S. Hotline: Phone: Web: www. Salem County Women's Services 24 Hr. Call or Text Hotline: Web: www. Hotline: Toll free: 1- Web: www. Governor Sheila Oliver. Search Search. State of NJ Web site. Superintendent's Office. Domestic Violence. Homicide N. Criminal Sexual Contact N. Who can be a victim of Domestic Violence?
A person with whom the victim has had a dating relationship What legal remedies can I seek if I have been a victim of domestic violence? To protect the victim from the defendant, the judge may grant within the temporary restraining order that the: The abuser is forbidden from returning to the scene of the Domestic Violence as well as other locations to be determined.
The abuser is prohibited from future acts of Domestic Violence.
The abuser is forbidden from possessing a firearm or weapons. The abuser is required to pay temporary child support to victim. The abuser is required to reimburse the victim for any medical expenses incurred due to injury caused by defendant.
The victim is given exclusive possession of the residence.
The victim is given temporary custody of the children. How do I get a TRO? On weekends, holidays, and after p. Monday through Friday, you can request a TRO from the Municipal Court in your area - this is done through your State or local police department. Back Top Domestic Violence Agency Contacts The New Jersey State Police does not offer counseling services, however if you are experiencing abuse, please know there is help and that you are not alone.Married and seeking intimate Trenton New Jersey
email: [email protected] - phone:(887) 406-7361 x 3876