Q: If my ex girlfriend and her husband want to help me get my aggravated assault charge dismissed what should they do?
I was just charged with aggravated assault battery and elder abuse. The victims were my ex girlfriend who’s is 40 and her husband who is now 78. They both attacked me at once and wouldn’t let me leave the house the police came and arrested me they took pictures of her neck and pictures of her husbands eye he had a cut and it was bleeding. They took a picture of my hands that had no scrapes or cuts either. They took all our statesments and my ex lied giving her statement she was just mad at me that day and high on drugs and wanted me out they initiated the aggression first even though I’m bigger and much more stronger then them I was trying to leave with my stuff but she wouldn’t let me. This was 3 years ago and now we are very close all three of us and she wants to help me anyway she can she hasn’t spoken to the DA nor wants to. I have an attorney but I’m want to be sure I don’t do time for this. Is my case winnable?
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