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Young girl may have died from domestic violence

| Feb 21, 2017 | Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is always heartbreaking, but it is even more so when its victims are innocent children. Recently, a 2-year-old girl from Westminster died, and authorities suspect domestic violence played a part after finding that the young girl suffered head trauma.

The last individual to be seen with the young girl before she died was a 27-year-old man who was the boyfriend of the girl’s mother. According to police reports, the man in question has faced several prior accusations of domestic violence.

However, the man who is accused tells an entirely different story. According to him, he was looking after the young girl on the morning that she was found, while her mother was away at work. According to his testimony, the young girl began struggling to breathe and curled up. He did not have any explanation for the bruises on the young girl’s body or her brain bleeding.

It still remains to be seen how the courts will rule. However, domestic abuse charges should never be taken lightly. If you have been charged with domestic violence, it is important to do everything you can to fight the charges. You may be tempted to think that such charges are irrelevant and that everyone gets them every now and then. However, having those kinds of charges on your record may influence future conflicts and taint the way that authorities consider your testimony.

Ultimately, it is always wise to enlist the help of an experienced attorney to ensure that your rights remain protected and that your case is heard fairly. Proper legal counsel now can help ensure that you’re treated fairly in the future.

Source: Denver Post, “Westminster girl, 2, who died had head trauma; man suspected in case had domestic violence history,” Feb. 06, 2017

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