What Is Virginia’s Shall Arrest Statute? – FAQ Friday
Published January 19, 2018 by
Millions of people fall victim to domestic abuse in the U.S. each year. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wade discusses Virginia's shall arrest statute on this week’s FA...
¿Qué es el Estatuto de Shall Arrest de Virginia? – El Viernes FAQ
Published February 02, 2018 by
Cada año, millones de personas son víctimas de abuso doméstico en los EE. UU. Abogada de violencia doméstica Rebecca Wade explica el Shall Arrest estatuto en Virginia en el Viernes FAQ.
Virginia’s “Shall Arrest” Statute Part 2 – FAQ Friday
Virginia’s “Shall Arrest” statute states that when the police are called to a residence and there is probable cause that an act of domestic violence has occurred, they “shall arrest” the primary physical aggressor. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wad...
No-Contact Bond Conditions in Domestic Violence Cases – FAQ Friday
In cases of domestic violence, magistrates often place as a condition of bond that the alleged aggressor is not allowed to have any form of contact with the alleged victim. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wade explains wha...
What is High-Conflict Family Law?
Published May 3, 2019 by
In high-conflict family law cases, the stakes are high on all sides. Attorney Rebecca Wade explains, “high-conflict family law cases typically involve allegations of sexual or d...
Coronavirus and Its Impact on Domestic Violence Cases
Everyone is staying in their houses because of the coronavirus pandemic–but what happens when your home isn’t safe? The reports the pandemic raises the following questions for victims of domestic violence who need the attention of city, state and federal agencies: