Hi, I’m Jay Cohen from Blass Law. And I wanna talk about avoiding conflict during a quarantine.
We’ve seen a rise in assault, family violence cases, and we don’t want anyone to get in trouble. We don’t want first responders to have to deal with anything other than our public health, and we certainly don’t wanna see people go to jail. So, if you find yourself in a situation, the easiest way is get out of the situation.
Go outside, take a, run, a walk, whatever it may be, get away. Communicate with others. Pick up the phone, call that relative you haven’t talked to, video chat with someone.
There are lots of ways to communicate, and people will love to hear from you. Be understanding. Just relax during this time, let things go.
Find a project. Channel your energy into something like, cleaning your car, or trimming a hedge, baking. There are plenty of ways, and once you complete the project, that’s a pretty neat thing.
Focus on the positives. The positives, you completed that project. You were more understanding.
You talked to that old friend that loved to hear from you. So, we realize times are stressful, and if you find yourself charged with a crime, call Blass Law, we can help.