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Find your holiday joy and avoid facing violent crime charges

Being charged with a violent crime isn't something that should be high on anyone's holiday wishlist. Unfortunately, there are some instances in which family gatherings might turn into one big argument. It is best to know your boundaries so that you can make the decision about when it is best to leave.

One thing that can spark the discord is politics. In many families, the political discussions are likely best avoided. This is especially true now that there is such a volatile situation going on. We understand that you might not be able to avoid this topic completely; however, you should remember that having to go to jail because of a fight isn't something that you want.

Trying to keep your cool isn't always easy. This is true whether you are at a family gathering or heading out to go shopping this holiday season. Make sure that you remember the risk of prison isn't worth trying to prove a point to anyone.

Assault and battery charges are very serious and can lead to you being incarcerated, having to pay fines or being placed on probation. Instead of having to face that possibility, you need to find ways to partake in the holiday joy.

We realize that there are sometimes events that will require you to take action. If you are placed in one that makes you fear for your life, you might be able to use that information in your defense. Make sure that you plan carefully and take the time to think about the possible outcomes of your case with each option.

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