It is often best to try to work out arguments peacefully inside one's own home, and to try to let cooler heads prevail. However, one argument seems to have led to a man being charged with alleged domestic violence after the death of a 20-year-old Georgia woman.
Whenever a young child is killed by someone in the child's family, the defendant can be certain to need a strong defense. When the alleged domestic violence charge names a 13-year-old sister, the various elements of age and potential penalties in the event of conviction require very special defense attention.
Even if it appears that the prosecutors' case is all wrapped up before criminal charges have been filed, it's a mistake to jump to conclusions about a person's guilt. Everyone is entitled to a presumption of innocence. It doesn't matter whether a case seems straightforward or not.