Just to be on the safe side, cats:
There, I should be covered either way.
House Bill 1581 would turn the clock back 40 years to an age when a police officer could not make an arrest in a domestic violence case without first getting a warrant unless he or she actually witnessed the crime.
|Will protect New Hampshire families even when|
|it is not politically correct.|
Including your right to not be protected from domestic abuse.Dan’s core beliefs by which he will represent Rockingham District 9 are as follows:1. Self-government (self-control and personal responsibility) is the foundation of our constitutional republic.2. My first job as a State Representative is to protect you [sic]rights from the government.(emphasis in original)
House Bill 1608 would also almost certainly cost lives. It removes judicial discretion by severely restricting when someone who has violated a domestic violence protective order can be arrested to three offenses: committing an act of abuse or an offense against the person named in the protective order, or engaging in prohibited contact.
The bill would also, law enforcement believes, remove a judge's ability to order a defendant in a domestic violence case to relinquish weapons or prevent him or her from purchasing a gun. It would also eliminate law enforcement's ability to arrest a defendant who threatens to use physical force against a victim or her children. All are changes that could have deadly consequences and make life more frightening for abuse victims and their families.