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Dallas to Paint the Town Purple to Raise Awareness for Domestic Violence

The Dallas Domestic Violence Task Force plans to raise awareness of the dangers of domestic violence this October as a part of National Domestic Violence Month.

The task force comprised of more than 40 members from Dallas-area agencies, continues on with its mission of reducing the domestic violence occurrences by asking members of the Dallas community to partake in the cause. Citizens are encouraged to wear purple clothing, ribbons, or body paint on October 19th and 20th. The Domestic Violence Task Force also asks that citizens follow them on twitter @DallasDVTF and re-tweet and share domestic violence statistics and facts with the #BigDEndsDV. Dallas skyscrapers such as The Omni, Reunion Tower, and the Bank of America building have also contributed to the event by turning their building lights to the awareness color, bathing the city in a beautiful purple.

Unfortunately, domestic violence remains a persistent problem in America with roughly one instance in every 20 minutes. If you or someone you love has been involved in a domestic violence case, contact the domestic violence attorneys of Alexander & Associates at (817) 756-4040 so that we can begin helping you.

Texas footballer suspected of domestic violence

A college footballer for Texas A&M University was recently apprehended due to allegations that he was involved in a domestic violence incident, an article of 12newsnow.com reported on August 21.

Reports said College Station authorities on August 19 apprehended Josh Walker due to a suspicion that he caused an injury to a relative during an altercation with his girlfriend. The woman, whose name was withheld, sustained injuries after she was attacked by Walker. A statement revealed that Walker partially admitted the accusation. A minor was present during the time Walker assaulted his girlfriend. Walker, who was indefinitely suspended by the University’s athletic department, was booked at Brazos County Jail with a $9,000 bond.

In this tough situation that you and your loved one are in danger in the presence of someone you trust, working with a compassionate attorney is critical mostly if you are confused with the situation. Immediately get in touch with an attorney of the Alexander & Associates in Colleyville today by calling (817) 756-4040 to find out how we may legally protect you from domestic abuse.

Domestic violence case against NFL’s Ezekiel Elliot moves forward

The domestic violence complaint filed by a woman against Dallas Cowboys’ rookie Ezekiel Elliot is moving forward, a July 27 article of New York Daily News reported.

Tiffany Thompson filed the domestic violence complaint in Columbus and posted photos to her Instagram account that showed multiple bruises allegedly caused by the 21-year-old running back. Reports revealed that an “open investigation” is underway regarding the incident. An attorney in Columbus confirmed the investigation and charges against Elliot and said officials are in the process of gathering evidence. Elliot’s team remained supportive despite the allegations. Elliot and his father refuted Thompson’s allegations.

If you are being abused by a partner, spouse, or family member, working with an experienced attorney is an option worth pursuing, especially if you believe your life or a loved one’s life is in danger. The attorneys at Alexander & Associates want to help you stand against domestic violence. Call us today at (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your legal options.

Aroldis Chapman accused of beating girlfriend in Florida

Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman was recently accused of domestic violence by his girlfriend after she called police to report an alleged attack.

According to reports Chapman, 27, is being investigated by Major League Baseball officials after the Davie Police Department was notified of an incident on October 30 and responded to the athlete’s Florida home. A woman, only identified as Chapman’s 22-year-old girlfriend, reportedly accused Chapman of assaulting her during an argument over something the woman “found” on her boyfriend’s cell phone. Chapman and his girlfriend provided conflicting information and were both uncooperative with investigating authorities. Though the player was not arrested, the State Attorney’s office is reviewing reports submitted to them by police.

The lawyers of Alexander & Associates in Colleyville understand that many victims of domestic violence are afraid of reporting abuse. However, our legal team will work tirelessly to ensure your safety and that of your family. Call us today at (817) 756-4040 to discuss your situation with our experienced legal team and let us begin working for you.

UFC fighter accused on Instagram of abusing former girlfriend

Heavyweight mixed martial arts fighter Travis Browne has been accused of domestic violence in an Instagram post made by his former girlfriend, Fox Sports reported on July 9.

According to reports, Browne was suspected of domestic violence after Jenna Renee Webb posted a photo collage on social media showing several injuries which she implied were inflicted by Browne. In a statement, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) commission said they would not tolerate athletes that committed violent acts like this. An independent investigation was commissioned, but until then, Browne was prevented from joining a fight in Las Vegas.

If you are being abused by a person you trusted, an attorney can help you take legal action for your protection. Discuss your situation with the compassionate legal team at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville today by calling 817-756-4040, and learn how we may help you during this difficult time.

Chicago Bears player accused and arrested for domestic assault

American footballer Ray McDonald was taken into custody in Santa Clara on May 25 for a domestic violence incident, ABC News reported.

Information from the Santa Clara Police Department stated that the 30-year-old defensive end was apprehended after he allegedly attacked a female who was holding a baby at an apartment; although their identities were not confirmed, this is the location where McDonald’s ex-girlfriend and child live. Charges of child endangerment and misdemeanor domestic violence were later filed against McDonald, who has been accused of domestic assault before. Though McDonald’s current football team did not comment on his arrest, George McCaskey stated that they were initially hesitant of having him on the team.

The lawyers of Alexander & Associates understand how devastating it is to feel threatened by someone close to you. The safety of you and your loved ones are our top priority; learn about the legal ways in which you may protect yourself by calling our offices at 817-756-4040 today.

Domestic violence protection bill awaits signature

A Texas law that will protect domestic violence victims has been forwarded to the governor’s office, the Plano Star Courier reported on May 7.

Senate Bill 112, or the “Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence Act,” penned by Senator Van Taylor, is waiting to be signed after it was approved in the Texas House of Representatives. Under the submitted bill, domestic violence victims and their families can be immediately protected by a judge from all communication with their assailants–not just harassment or threats. Senate Bill 112 proponent, Hope’s Door CEO Jim Malatich, stated that victims will have the space to assess their situation without influence from a negative relationship.

Domestic violence is pervasive and dangerous, but you are not without help. If you believe you or a loved one is suffering from domestic abuse and need quick protection, contact the attorneys of Alexander & Associates in Colleyville for assistance. Call us at 817-756-4040 today to begin taking action.

Anti-domestic violence group rally in Dallas

A group dedicated to shedding light on the issue of domestic violence rallied in Dallas on March 7, wfaa.com reported.

Reports said the group named “All Women Marching for Hope” held its 8th march in Dallas to raise awareness about domestic violence. Group founder and CEO Denise Wolford stated that their group first rallied in 2007 and has continued to do so ever since. The group currently has networks in 14 states and one in Uganda. “All Women Marching for Hope” offers workshops, counseling, re-homing help, and more to victims of domestic violence.

The Colleyville legal team of Alexander & Associates is also committed to helping victims of domestic abuse. If you are ready to seek help, we can offer you legal options to protect you from your oppressors. Call us today at 817-756-4040 to find out more about restraining orders and other means of separation.

Los Angeles Kings player charged for abusing spouse

A professional hockey player for Los Angeles Kings was recently charged with felony domestic violence for assaulting his wife in their California home, a December 15 article on ESPN LA said.

The charge that was filed against 24-year-old Slava Voynov last month will proceed after a judge weighed the evidence presented. A Redondo Beach Police officer testified that Marta Varlamova was physically assaulted by Voynov last October. Varlamova had a serious facial wound after she was allegedly pushed by Voynov into their television screen. The officer also stated in his testimony that blood was present in the couple’s house during the incident. Voynov, who was suspended by the National Hockey League, is scheduled to appear in court before the end of December.

The lawyers of Alexander and Associates believe that many people in Colleyville face the threat of abuse by their spouses. If you believe this is happening to you, our compassionate lawyers are capable of legally protecting you from your abuser. Immediately enlist our services by calling us today at 817-756-4040 to find out how we can help you in this tough situation.

Minnesota Vikings’ player suspended without pay for beating son

Vikings’ football star Adrian Peterson was suspended for the whole season without pay for beating his 4-year-old son, the L.A. Times reported on November 18.

The tough suspension against the 29-year-old running back came after his recent “no contest” plea to a domestic violence charge filed against him in Texas. Commissioner Roger Goodell decided to ban the player for the rest of the season, partly because he did not believe Peterson seemed remorseful for treating his son so severely. Peterson was put under probation and had to pay fine worth $4,000 for assaulting his son using a tree switch. He will face a decision over whether or not to be reinstated after April 15.

In Colleyville alone, the attorneys of Alexander and Associates believe that many child abuse cases are left unreported. If your child or loved one has experienced this, we may be able to provide you with legal protection to stop the abuse. Discuss your situation with us today at 817-756-4040 to learn more.