Thanks for the comment. Nowhere in the police report does it state his injuries are worse, but there are pics of both of them - her with a few scratches and him with a bruised, bloody, swollen eye and cheek. I spoke with 1 detective who kinda laughed when he was telling me that my son looked a lot worse then her. When I went to pick him up after paying his bail, I had the honor of talking to 3 other detectives - who clearly took her side even though it was obvious she was the attacker. The main reason was that he left the scene - but he left before HE called the police to report this incident because she was chasing him with a hammer. He was tricked into coming to the station to "write a report" and then was arrested without being able to explain his side. You stated the laws are gender neutral but the officers I spoke with clearly did not see it that way. As a matter of fact, after my son left the scene he took pics of himself and texted them to her. I was told the officer on the scene at the time saw these pics and told her to press charges before he did. The officers told my son that he could not press charges or get a restraining order against her, because she already did that and everything would be settled in court. Again the officers only took her statement so the police report shows the entire incident as him being the aggressor and her defending herself. That's what I am most concerned about that this is the only official document filed in this incident and once in court it will look like this is all made up after the fact