My default answer to this type of question is "yes." Domestic violence, whether perpetrated by men or women, is awful and worthy of punishment.
Of course, this assumes you weren't engaged in mutual combat (i.e., you were smacking each other around). If you were, then you will likely be charged since you are the man.
Usually, when people get kicked out of their home and kicked in the groin, their marriage is pretty much over. You should sit down with a divorce attorney and discuss your options. Many of us offer free consultations.
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Domestic violence is a major problem across all of America. It's never okay to hit or kick your spouse. Realize though, you are the man, so if you engaged in any physical contact with her prior, such as pushing, you will end up getting charged if you call the police. Utah officers by and large protect women and will 99 times out of 100 find the man to be the agressor even if it really is the woman. If you're planning to rectify your marriage then domestic violence charges will not help that. Best of luck in your decision.
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