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Florida law defines a domestic violence crime when the offense is committed on one family or household member by another family or household member. The most common types of domestic violence cases are prosecuted in the following zip codes: 32112, 32131, 32139, 32140, 32147, 32148, 32157, 32177, 32181, 32187, 32189, 32193, 32666, 32110, 32136, 32137, 32164, include any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death such as:

Section 784.071, F.S., for assault:

  • Section 784.021, F.S., for aggravated assault

Section 784.03(1)(b), F.S., for battery

  • Section 784.041(2), F.S., for felony battery by strangulation
  • Section 784.045, F.S., for aggravated battery
  • Section 784.03(2), F.S., for felony battery
  • Section 784.041(1), F.S., for felony battery

Section 784.048, F.S., for stalking or aggravated stalking
Section 794.011, F.S., for sexual assault or sexual battery
Section 787.02, F.S., for false imprisonment
Section 787.01, F.S., for kidnapping

Domestic violence offenses, Section 741.28, F.S., defines the term family or household member as persons who are presently residing together as if a family or who have resided together in the past as if a family, spouses, former spouses, persons related by blood or marriage, and persons who are parents of a child in common regardless of whether they have been married. With the exception of persons who have a child in common, the family or household members must have resided together in the same single dwelling unit.

Domestic Violence Charges in Florida - Flagler county, Putnam county