Summertown, TN asked in Child Custody, Criminal Law and Divorce for Tennessee

Q: What to do abut my husbanD assault me an one of our children and the judge gives him temporary custody

My husband which assault me an our 12 yr son still has charges pend. In one county an my husband goes an gets his lawyer to reopen our divorce case which is in amother county and tells that judge that I made all that up and some more lies so while I was on the hospital the judge goes my husband temporary cus today an puts my children back in harms way I need to know what to do an if that's really legal what they have done

1 Lawyer Answer

Mr. Kent Thomas Jones Esq.

Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Cleveland, TN
  • Licensed in Tennessee

A: At this point in time, your case is far more factual than legal. On this question and answer forum, we attempt to help individuals by providing simple explanations about the law. Your issue needs the attention of local counsel, who can ask you the appropriate questions to communicate with the judges and other officials involved to resolve the crisis in your favor. You have a constitutional right to counsel. If you cannot afford an attorney, one can be appointed for you.

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