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Old 12-07-2016, 03:43 AM
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Very few agencies are going to release someone to an address where they committed domestic violence. It would be irresponsible of an agency to allow a volatile situation to re-occur. They know that DV does not occur in a vacuum and, by the time law enforcement is involved, it is typically not the first occasion of such conduct.

He will need to have some other plan to offer up and you need to anticipate that contact will not be permitted for the duration of the period of supervision. This could change once BOTH of you have gone through a substantial period of counseling...
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