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Yes. I doubt that any judge of Family Court would buy the "only once" defense. All of the judges, social workers, etc. I have encountered stick to the "Past behavior is a true indicator of future behavior" rule.

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Q: Can a spouse be granted full custody with no visitation just because the other spouse was charged with simple assault on her child only once?
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