Parental restraints: California’s domestic violence law can leave nonviolent parents facing protective orders

Nancy Lemon quoted by, Nov. 2, 2017

Even in the absence of any physical violence, “if you look at the big picture, the victim might actually be in danger,” said UC Berkeley’s Lemon. … “Even if there isn’t any violent abuse, the one person’s behavior can make the other feel unsafe and isolated from the world around them.”