Daytona Beach, FL (July 5, 2019) – Volusia County deputies arrested a grandmother on domestic violence charges after she slapped her daughter outside a Deltona church.
The incident started when the grandmother’s daughter phoned 911. Allegedly, the 70-year-old woman and the daughter became involved in an argument involving her grandchildren that escalated until the mother was slapped in the face by her own mom.
The grandmother admitted to the act. Even though the woman did not want to press charges, the police had no choice but to arrest her and take her to the Volusia County Jail on domestic violence charges.
Deputies told the woman that state law kept them from taking her in. The woman has since been released from jail.
Daytona Beach Domestic Violence Laws
Facing Daytona Beach domestic violence charges can be a difficult reality to face and leave you in an uncomfortable position. Luckily, you have many rights and protections under the law if you do not stand alone in the midst of your case. Facing a violent crime charge in Florida can set you back in many ways, as well as being one of the most distressing and humiliating times in your life. If you have been charged with one of these crimes, you might wonder where you can turn in your time of need.
Being charged with a domestic violence crime can be absolutely life-altering, especially if you believe that you have been wrongfully accused of a domestic violence crime. You could be facing many different consequences such as prison, probation, fines, and more. Our experienced and dedicated attorneys at Musca Law are here to help you during this difficult time. Please contact us for the results you deserve at (800) 687-2252.
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