Domestic violence

For an action to be considered domestic violence, it must (1) be an act that meets the standard for the criminal offense of one of the following: homicide, attempted murder, assault, theft, criminal damage to property, trespassing, stalking, voyeurism, or harassment, and (2) the perpetrator and victim must have a relationship that is either familial or romantic. See A.R.S. § 13-3601 for more specifics.

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