Jefferson City, MO asked in Domestic Violence for Texas

Q: Can i inform my husbands job about him being investigated for molesting my children and he has a temp P.Order

i served my husband with a temp protection order to stay away from all of us, we are in hiding due to the danger of him and his family, he has not only been absive but i have found child snuff films in his history along with learned he has been molesting my daugjter for the past 5 years. they have had their forensic interviews already done and several states are involved in this case due to all the places it took place in. his job is about to send him to a community college to get his tankermans license and he has another interview with anoterh company. is it okay if i let the company know what he is being investigated for? the one he works for that is?

he works and is now living in texas..

i am in missouri

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Brian John Willett
Brian John Willett
  • Domestic Violence Lawyer
  • Arlington, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: You are walking a fine line. Up to this point he has never been charged alone convicted of an offense. I would at least wait until charges have been brought and then it would become a public record.

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