Posts Tagged 'Domestic Violence'

Derek Medina Admits to Killing his Wife by Posting Photos of the Crime on Facebook

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Derek-MedinaMIAMI – This ‘gentle’man just surrendered to the Miami police department, but only after posting a status update on Facebook telling his ‘friends’ that he had just killed his wife, tired of being physically abused by her, referring to specific acts of violence that he claimed to have suffered at her hands. My prediction:

“His lawyers will advance the ‘battered husband syndrome,’ to mimic ...

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Q.”I just stopped my wife from coming at me, by putting my hands up, and now I need a bondsman?!” A. “If your hands touched her neck area, you’re now looking at the new felony charge called ‘strangulation,’ and your work life is over,” warns John M. Castellano

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“That’s right, the State Attorney’s Office is now charging anyone who puts their hands up around the neck of a ‘victim,’ with that new ugly felony charge of ‘#STRANGULATION,’ which connotes the most heinous of visuals, we know; and if this happens to you and you’re ever charged with this crime — regardless of whether you just grabbed your wife or girlfriend in the neck and shoulder area JUST to get her off of you — or ladies, if you ...

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“Why did my wife call it ‘Domestic Violence’ instead of simple ‘battery’ like it always was? A. “Marriage, by definition, is ‘domestic,’ and it certainly does ‘violence’ to your independence :) * but #domesticviolencelawyer John Castellano gives you the real answer:

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“Seriously, domestic violence is really nothing we ought to be joking about. I’ll apologize if I offended any victims out there, *but it’s equally true that I just got your attention and this too is important, since I’d like to share with ALL of you some very important updates in the domestic violence laws in Florida.” — #Floridacriminaldefenseattorney John Castellano

“The domestic violence ‘statutes’ (fancy word that the Legislature chooses to use instead of using the word, ‘laws’) have changed dramatically ...

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Q. How can they charge me with a felony for just pushing my wife?” A. “Domestic Violence is often filed in Florida today as a felony battery or felony domestic violence, under one condition,” explains Ft. Lauderdale criminal defense lawyer John M. Castellano

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“If the same ‘victim’ — in this case your wife, to use your example, has ever complained of being your victim on an earlier occasion, then the State of Florida will often enhance the misdemeanor battery charge and file a new FELONY domestic violence charge, based upon the ‘fact’ that you have committed domestic violence against the same victim more than once.” — Ft. Lauderdale domestic violence lawyer John Castellano

“This is all a throwback to the Nicole Brown Simpson and ...

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