My mom's ex is abusive towards her and my sisters. She "left him" but he still comes over. She's been charging my sisters rent. They are over 18. Do they then have a say in whether or not he's allowed at the house if the are paying rent? They feel unsafe with him around but... Read more »
i filed a police report against my ex because she kicked me in the head & the state is pressing domestic battery charges against her. she has pre trial in 3 weeks & online in the court repository it said “notice of defense of alibi” does that mean she’s going to say she was never with... Read more »
You have the right to hire an attorney, if you want to? You are the State's witness and a "victim" pursuant to the Victim's Rights Statute in Idaho. Under that law, you have the right to meaningful notice of how they're handling this prosecution. Be patient, and...Read more »
The mental and emotional abuse I’ve had to endure while taking care of my kids in this relationship has been a lot. The kids see it and my 5 year old is suffering from it. He uses it to control everything, as he makes the money and I take care of the kids. We are going to be going to court soon... Read more »
If you hire competent legal counsel, your attorney can ask the Court to grant you Temporary Legal and physical custody of your children. You should always hire counsel to do this type of legal work for you. Never try to do this by yourself. What you describe may be chargeable as a crime or at...Read more »
The husband spend a total of 3 days in jail the first two he is making phone calls to his wife and they are discussing the situation and what they are going to do on the third day the defendant sees a judge and is released on pretrial but if given a no contact order by the judge on that third day... Read more »
This sounds like a situation wherein the actual prosecutor believes he/she’s a witness to an NCO violation, perhaps a jail call (that they listen to). It’s a much trickier charge to get out of since the threat of amending the charge is easier than you’d ever imagine for the State to prove....Read more »
Been seperated 4 years, attempts at reconciling ending in mental and physical abuse for myself, During this time our 6 year old son has solely resided with me, with no financial support from father. Father was given chance after chance to be an active father and would always end up not following... Read more »
If you and he had no previous custody order in place, then strictly speaking, he is NOTHING but a sperm donor. Simply by having his name on the birth certificate gives him NOTHING but obligations to pay child support. If he ever wanted to become the "father" of this 6 yr. old son, he...Read more »
I think I understand what you're trying to explain. If you apply for a Civil Protection Order under Idaho Code 39-6304, you will have to allege that there has been sexual abuse or domestic violence against the Petitioner. This is a VERY SERIOUS allegation and will spark the interest of law...Read more »
I told cops my husband hit me in the head with something but when i remembered what really happened was Something fell off the shelf I remember now that my husband wasn't even downstairs where I was he went to jail and now is facing battery domestic violence charges. How do I go in and tell... Read more »
Assault is putting someone in fear of being actually hit.
Battery is the actually hitting of a person.
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