Q: my kids mom recently 4 days ago was arrested on domestic violencea
i dont want to try no more few years ago she left us and went w a guy and my daughter said he touched her .i filed for custody and gave me temporarily because she never showed up. but i wanted my kids to be w her , so i tried to work w her and her drinking got worse and her anger got worse. she called her parents saying i had her hostage with my brother only to have them kicking in my door and dad threatened our lishe got arrested.ves but which I strongly believe as a dad having your daughter telling you that your gonna act the way he did .she was drunk and wanted to take my daughter I was not gonna let her put her life in risk the parents called the cops only to have her arrested because i had scratch marks on y neck because she did and my daughter witnessed it. my brother pressed charges on her dad as well.i feel bad but again they should of had the cops come thats their job .taking it on your hands was not smart.she lied to them and was saying that i hit her but the cop said there w
A: MORE INFO NEEDED...WHAT IS THE QUESTION.
NORMALLY THE QUESTION IS WHETHER THE VICTIM SPOUSE CAN DROP THE CHARGES...............THE ANSWER IS NO.
THE VICTIM IS THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND THUS THE DA HAS TO DROP CHARGES.
HOWEVER, IF YOU RETAIN A LAWYER S/HE CAN GUIDE YOU THROUGH WAYS TO GET THE CASE DISMISSED IN ALL LIKELIHOOD....
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