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Missouri man may defend against assault, kidnapping charges

Being accused of domestic violence is a serious allegation, and individuals could face severe punishment if they are convicted of such a crime. Before a conviction can take place, however, guilt must be proven and legal procedures must be followed. Therefore, individuals accused of such assault may wish to utilize their legal options for creating a defense in order to work toward a more favorable outcome.

One man in Missouri may be exploring his options after being taken into custody. It was reported that the man was allegedly involved in an incident of suspected domestic violence. Reports stated that the man started choking a woman with whom he was in a relationship after waking her up. Additionally, the man purportedly tied the woman's hands and feet with zip ties and used a stun gun on her.

The woman apparently was able to free herself from the zip ties, but the man allegedly handcuffed her. The woman also reportedly stated that he threatened to kill her. It was unclear how authorities became alerted to the situation, but it was noted that police noticed cuts and bruising on the woman's body. As a result, the man was taken into custody on charges of domestic assault and kidnapping.

In order to possibly deal with these allegations in a meaningful fashion, the man may wish to find out more information regarding domestic assault and kidnapping charges. This information may help him better understand what these charges mean for his situation and how he may be able to use his legal options as the case proceeds. Furthermore, gaining knowledge on Missouri criminal proceedings relating to his situation may also be a wise step to take.

Source: columbiatribune.com, "Police: Stun gun used in domestic assault", Aug. 24, 2015

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