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Q: Can I return to my home?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: What to do during a traffic stop?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: Am I entitled to an appeal?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: What to do if I received a summons?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: Can a minor be charged?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: Will I go to jail for possession?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: Can I return to my home?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

Q: Will I be deported if charged?

A: After an arrest for assault and battery a defendant appears in court the next day and may face a restraining order hearing. A judge has the power to order that the defendant remain out of the home and away from the children and spouse for up to one year.

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