Q: I have documentation stating that my husband is innocent. the judge is refusing to let him out, need help please
My Husband is being detained on charges that he did not commit. I have the documentation, also a compact disk showing my husband was set up. the charges are as follows (1) capias, out of criminal court (2) bond revocation. I have all documents. Hancock County court and Claiborne County court have always hated my husband and Hancock and Claiborne County sheriff's department deputies have picked on my husband all of his life. my husband is sitting in Hancock County jail at this time for nothing I need help to get him out asap. the staff and inmates are picking on my husband and mistreat him, the district attorney torches my husband and hates him threatening my husband. I have all the proof if needed. my husband has mental disability that they use against him. they have mental abused, also physical abuses my husband. please I need help asap.
A: Documentation is usually Heresay, but leads to Witnesses. Husband needs an attorney to represent him, so hire a competent one. Having charges in multiple Counties is difficult and expensive, as reaching a disposition in one Court just puts in jail in another County. Whatever he has been doing is not working out, and pds are usually worthless.
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