Domestic Violence In South Carolina

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Domestic violence is spread throughout the world. This violence can cause serious damage to one’s life. For example, Ronda defines violence as “physically aggressive behaviors that do or potential could cause injury or death” (Armitage 5). Violence itself is dangerous for people. However, domestic violence is particularly dangerous because it occurs between two people. If a offender is abusing someone, then they might only spend two years in jail. It is not right because the offender can come back and repeat what he/she has done. Steeper punishments should be implemented in the U.S. for domestic violence. Based on research, “Domestic violence is rooted in the traditional belief that the husband dominates with implied powers” (McCue 2). Mostly, …show more content…
Based on research, “South Carolina had the most domestic violence crimes to happen in 2015” (Ewing). This means that South Carolina is ranked as number and has the most domestic violence in the nation. In 2015, South Carolina’s crime has been going viral throughout the nation. The state has been recognized throughout many news about the Charleston tragic to many domestic crimes. Last year South Carolina was ranked as number 2 in the nation, so for two year straight, South Carolina has been ranked as the highest to have the most domestic violence crimes to …show more content…
Some people might think their states do not care about domestic violence, because they are not doing anything. However, “State conditions serve as advocated for legislative change, but states should have their information shown around in their states for people to reach out” (McCue 172). So, there is help for domestic violence in every state, but it is not taking action in order for everyone to see. States should also be prepared for anything at anytime. For instance, states should “Have an operator on line for domestic violence for 24 hours if needed at anytime” (McCue

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