A family offense petition is filed when a family member claims that another family member committed one of the following acts against another family member:
• Disorderly conduct
• Aggravated harassment
• Reckless endangerment
• Assault or attempted assault
• Criminal mischief
For the purpose of filing a family offense petition, “family members” are defined as individuals related by blood or marriage, individuals who were formerly married, or individuals who are unrelated but have a child together.
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