Q: Is it possible to get assault 2 and assault 4 dv. Lowered if I complete anger management on my own before my next court
My ex kicked me and I grabbed the back of neck and moved her out of my way so I could leave,I immediately called 911 and explained what happened and where to find me. A long history of her having disorderly interactions with police and false accusations proven time after time. I've contacted 911 multiple times over her destroying my property and nothing happens
A: Sorry to hear. There isn’t enough information here for an attorney to tell you it would be helpful or not to complete anger management that is not court ordered. Frequently it is beneficial to engage in proactive treatment services; however, depending on the jurisdiction, if substances were involved etc... the recommended treatment will vary.
A: Oh there is a bunch of questions that need to be answered in your situation to determine what if anything would help your situation. You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you. One that has been in this type of situation hundred (thousands) of times and knows how to guide you. Good Luck
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