I agree with the other attorneys in that we need additional information. However, be aware that a 3rd domestic assault conviction constitutes a felony in Virginia. If you have a prior, that would certainly make sense.
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Does "second" (as in second offense) fight the context? Or, some indication of "degree." Hard to picture, but re-read with that in mind.
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