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Indiana domestic violence law addresses phone plans, pets

Indiana domestic violence law addresses phone plans, pets

A new Indiana law hopes to help those affected by domestic violence leave abusive relationships. The Evansville Courier and Press ( ) reported that the law, taking effect next month, allows judges to approve the transfer of phone plans over to domestic violence victims without the account holder’s consent. It also allows pets to be included in protective orders for domestic violence. That portion of the bill hopes to prevent abusers from using pets as leverage against their…
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