Pennsylvania Domestic Violence Charges against Man
A Pennsylvania man has been charged with domestic violence after he reportedly slammed a woman’s hand in a door at a local hotel, the Port Clinton News Herald reported. The 52-year-old man was arrested and charged with domestic violence after officers were called to America’s Best Value Inn with reports that two people were fighting and screaming at each other. A woman apparently told police that the man had repeatedly slammed her hand in a door. But the man told police that the woman had hit him in the face and that he may have shut her hand in the door as he was leaving. The man had no visible injuries, but the woman was taken to the hospital for a possible broken hand, officials said.
Whatever the situation, there is never an excuse for domestic violence. Domestic violence, whether it is physical or emotional, directed at an adult or a child, is against Pennsylvania law. If you or someone you love is living with domestic violence in Pennsylvania, please contact the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz immediately.
We offer free consultations and will inform you about your rights and what steps you can take to alter your situation. In your case, you may be entitled to significant benefits after a divorce if domestic abuse was taking place. You especially need to act quickly and get help if there are children involved because they must be removed from the dangerous environment before it is too late. The court system can help keep the offending partner away from you, stop the abuse and grant custody of the children to the abused partner.
At the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz, we can also help you secure a restraining order in Pennsylvania against your abuser. Whatever your situation, if you need to file a domestic abuse charge or are involved in a dispute, please contact experienced Philadelphia domestic violence lawyer Sheryl R. Rentz for a free and confidential consultation.