Look at item (b)(7) under that section. It is a factor to be considered.
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Did you file a request for a Domestic Violence Restraining Order, or is one already in place? If there is one in place the police usually get involved. If not, you have to file for a new one.
I agree with Mr. Lewis look at (b)(7) of 3044.
In addition I would hope you reported this new incident to the police and are in the process of obtaining a restraining order (if you don't already have one).
Just stating there was domestic violence does not make it fall under 3044
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