Domestic Violence. Partner Violence. It’s Plain Violence.
This is what Domestic Violence looked & sounded like in Chris Hamelberg’s case:
And in legalese: “…certainly Ms. Hamelberg is not without some degree of fault so to speak due to the fact that certainly she had decided to confront Mr. Hamelberg in probably a manner that could have perhaps done better under cooler — under cooler sense or a cooler head but at the same time it’s clear to the Court that Mr. Hamelberg physically assaulted Ms. Hamelberg on the night of September 30 or the early morning hours of September [sic] 1.
I believe certainly that Ms. Hamelberg’s testimony with respect to the injuries that she received at the hands of Mr. Hamelberg were credible. I believe certainly she suffered numerous injuries including bruises on her wrist, a damaged left knee, a swollen ankle.
Mr. Hamelberg apparently has had other incidents which have caused damage to the furniture and holes in the walls at the residence, so I believe certainly there has been a history of domestic violence and anger control issues from Mr. Hamelberg.”
:The Honorable Judge Holly Clemons (Champaign County, Illinois, December 11, 2013)
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