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Domestic Violence Report

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When entering the court room, it is crucial to face the Magistrate and bow down before entering and leaving the court room. When the Magistrate enters or leaves the room, it is necessary for all the individuals in attendance in the court room to stand upright until the Magistrate is seated on an advanced stage facing everyone else.

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Behavior Abuse Violence against men Human behavior Crime Domestic violence Violence against women Violence Misconduct Victims Compensation Tribunal Victimology
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Behavior Abuse Violence against men Human behavior Crime Domestic violence Violence against women Violence Misconduct Victims Compensation Tribunal Victimology
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When the Magistrate enters or leaves the room, it is necessary for all the individuals in attendance in the court room to stand upright until the Magistrate is seated on an advanced stage facing everyone else. This represents reign, and authority and the communication held in the court room demonstrates a high respectful manner by proverbing the word “Your Honor”. Majority of offences are heard in the Local Court within Australia because matters are dealt in a way where it is pretty straightforward and to some extent, minor. The court experience is very intimidating and challenging for the applicants, however the court advocacy services and the police make sure the applicants of the Domestic Violence (DV) are usually taken into a safe room. In the court attendance experience, the victim is seated with the other victim...
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