Tyler, TX asked in Criminal Law, Libel & Slander, Family Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for Arkansas

Q: I was forced to plead guilty to a felony but the person or victim now says they lied on me an would tell them what 2 do?

Felony on husband aggravated assault. We had both been drinking n he lied on me later on a court date I was n rehab due to court order from mis court n was issued a fta felony judge n lawyer said if I didn't plea guilty id set n county for 4 months waiting on a court date my rehab was over 100 miles away. My husband who called the police that night of the felony said I'm so sorry how do I tell them I lied to get u released from jail n now 3 yrs felony probation where the officer is not good has me to where I'm not allowed to see my kids n makes me only drip 2 drops n drug test then every time fails me for meth I go back next month 4th she's gonna send me to prison how does my husband tell them he lied about it all Which is true an we get our children n normal lives back I've lost everything and I'm very young and this is my 1st felony I need help

1 Lawyer Answer
Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL

A: You have a lawyer to whom you should be speaking

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