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1. My wife has filed a domestic violence case against me in the Panchkula District Court, claiming physical and emotional abuse. I vehemently deny these allegations and believe they are an attempt to gain an upper hand in our ongoing divorce proceedings. How can I effectively defend myself against these charges?
2. The evidence presented against me includes medical reports and testimonies from her friends. However, these injuries could have been self-inflicted or caused by other means. How can I challenge the credibility of this evidence in court?
3. She has also submitted some text messages where I have used harsh words during our arguments. Can these be considered as emotional abuse under the Domestic Violence Act? If so, how can I argue that these were said out of anger and do not constitute abuse?
4. I have witnesses who can testify about my character and peaceful nature, and also about her aggressive behavior. Can such testimonies help my case? If yes, what is the correct procedure to present them in court?
5. As part of the proceedings, she is seeking a restraining order against me. What are the potential impacts of this on my rights, especially with regard to our children’s custody?