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Evidence may include:

  • Testimony in court (from you or your witness)
  • Medical reports of injuries from the abuse
  • Police reports for when you or your witness called the police
  • Pictures of your injuries, preferably dated
  • Household objects damaged by the abuser
  • Pictures of your household in disarray after an episode of domestic violence
    Weapons used
  • Tapes of calls you or your witness may have made to 911
  • Certified copies of the abuser's criminal record (try to get these through the clerk of criminal court)
  • A personal diary or calendar in which you documented the abuse as it happened
  • Anything else that may help convince the judge

Information provided by : http://www.womenslaw.org/simple.php?sitemap_id=32

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This site is not intended to replace the need for counselling. The information provided is intended to inform the viewer, giving information to help you be informed to make the best decision possible for you and your family. Please, always seek professional help and legal advice if you find yourself in an abusive situation.