Q: I have been charged with Abduction : Deprivation of liberty ,
because my girlfriend got angry after reading a text from another girl and attempted throwing things around in room and breaking stuff in room.I held her hand to stop her and explain her and calm her down. She slapped me and i slapped her in self defense and then she punched me and i had injury mark. After that she left and called cops later on. I as charged with abduction as she told she asked me to leave her multiple times and i dint let her go. I gave statement to cop that i was concerned for her safety and mine and so i held her hand.What could be my possible defense?
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