Q: How have my father charged with molesting my child.
How do I get the courts to charge my father with touching my child before and during him having guardianship in Nevada. Me and daughter currently live in cali and he now lives in Utah. I won getting the guardianship terminated June 2019 shortly after her returning home I knew something was off about her she told me her papa touched her. She had an interview but didn’t give much details I guess. Cali won’t do much due to the fact it didn’t happen here. He continues to go threw the courts to get guardianship which was denied then visitation which was denied, again I have told the judge (same for all cases) about this and they seem to not care. Now today I get an order to change visitation to 1 weekend monthly in sac, we live in Olivehurst. I honestly feel the courts are failing at keeping my child safe and thinking about her best interest. My daughter 9 wants nothing to do with him. Shes embarrassed to talk to any1 about abuse. I justice for her and for him to pay for his crime. Thanks
A: Private citizens cannot prosecute crimes. However, you can speak with the police department and the prosecutor (DA) and ask them to prosecute the crime.
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