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Protection From Abuse
"In the area of domestic violence, Maine's statistics show that 56 percent to 58 percent of the state's domestic assaults are men on women, about 20 percent are women on men, about 8 percent are parents on children and about 4 percent children on parents, according to the state's Crime in Maine analysis."
Re: Portland Press Herald. 2013
"If your in an abusive relationship, there is always help for you to get away from the situation. Not just with a PFA, but also help with gaining custody of your children, securing housing, child care, and getting you an Attorney. This will all cost you nothing. Once you file the PFA with the court, you'll be given the number to Caring Unlimited. They will help you with most of what I have mentioned. Domestic Abuse is no joke. You are never alone. If you need to be housed as well as hidden away from your abuser, they can help with that as well. The whole idea is to keep your abuser away from you and your children if necessary, and keep everyone safe."
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a fine? Having to report to a Probation Officer?
Go to the end. That is where you start. Once
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to be done and what you can live with as
far as a plea agreement"
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