I need to know if I can use this court date to get full custody of my son. He has our son right now because he is going to school in a different county from where I had to relocate ( to stay with my parents). I just want my child and I never want to have to come in contact with his father again, if... Read more »
You need to hire a lawyer to defend you in this matter. You went to jail because the police officers believed you committed the offense. That's why you were charged. DO NOT simply plead guilty to Domestic Violence. Get an attorney on this one.
My son was arrested for domestic violence by strangulation in alabama, when he went back a month later trying to file charges on his wife for domestic violence by strangulation the sheriff's deputy refused to write a report even though he had proof and they knew she was guilty because she had... Read more »
Some judges, Clerks and law enforcement offices read the law as though it prohibits a person from filing a retaliatory domestic violence case. Others do not. There is a difference of opinion, and I don't know whether one of our appellate courts has answered the question. It is my opinion...Read more »
You need to contact a criminal defense lawyer in Montgomery who can get all of the details about your case and how it stands. This can get pretty complicated, moreso when you failed to complete a part of your probation. Call someone right now and get this done!
First, if he abused you, you are making a big mistake in hinder his prosecution. Second, a case may be made against him if you show up or not depending on statements made by you or him or based on officer observations. There could also be other witnesses to what happened. You need to go get some...Read more »
If the no contact order applies to you (you will have to read the order to find out) then you can't write him. You should report to the Court that he has contacted you in violation of the order. THis person has beaten you badly enough to go to prison and you want to write to him? You should go...Read more »
You can have some third party -- NOT HIM -- come pick the stuff up from your house. DO NOT contact him with this. Have the third party arrange it and have his stuff piled up for some third party to come pick up.
My bondsman new I work all over the USA and a warrant had been issued. My bondsman wants me to come met him at office and get me in front of judge and ple out. If I go and plea notguilty, im scared my bond going to b revoked. If I plea guilty this will b the num 3. Witch makes it a felony. What do... Read more »
Crimes are against the City or state, not against you personally. It is not within your power to tell the city not to prosecute. If you are not the only witness, or if he made statements admitting what he did (which is darn serious to warrant felony domestic violence) he is going to trial on this.
The woman had another man in their home. Which both of their names are on the lease to live there. He came home to another man in his bedroom. But was charged with dv the 3rd for telling the guy to get out his home. Nobody was hurt. No weapon was involved. No paper was given to me or anything.
My kids mom filed a report on me and it was written up as burglary cause I broke a door in my home that I own where she was staying. She also told them I pulled her hair and she wanted it written up as DV but they told her that there was not enough evidence to write it up as domestic violence. I... Read more »
The answer to the question you asked is yes, the report can be amended after its in the system. That's commonly done with the charging process at all levels. As the officers gain more insight into the situation, they are not only free they are obligated to amend the charge to whatever is...Read more »
She moved out in February but I was just served with the warrent yesterday for domestic abuse I was arrested then got out today and the cops said I can't get my clothes out of my house and made me leave I don't want the house I'm surrendering the loan to the bank tomorrow but I just... Read more »
You leave out important facts, like what the PFA warrant accuses you of having done. Appear in court on the date and time stated on the warrant. You have to do this regardless of what you "just want". If you don't appear you will be arrested again and will probably not be allowed...Read more »
Depends on Alabama law. If you OR your spouse have resided in NC for at least 6 months and you have been separated for at least one year, you are likely eligible to file here in NC and it would likely be much less expensive. Our firm handles uncontested divorces for a total of $395 which often...Read more »
It's been over 2 years but less than 3 years that I filed a police report for domestic violence against my ex. He was never arrested and I have never been updated on the case staus as far as if he's going to jail or what. I do know that they were looking for him bc they showed his picture... Read more »
If you have concerns that the child is the subject of abuse or neglect you should call the Department of Human REsources. If you believe you can prove what you have said here, you can file a private custody action saying the child is the subject of abuse or neglect and that he should be found to be...Read more »
I filed a police report and she has been charged with domestic assault. The same night she kicked my 2 girls, ages 19 months and 5 years old out of the house with nowhere to go. I had to miss work for 4 days because she changed the locks and would not let us get any clothes, personal effects,... Read more »
The short answer is maybe, but the wise answer is that it is not worth the trouble. You have got to get into Court with all of this and get custody of the children (I am assuming the children are not yours alone, but yours and hers) If you had gotten into Court immediately on this you would be in...Read more »
I am medicated for mental illness and was off meds and my ex and I had argument and I filed warrant on him. I am on meds now and we split and I am in therapy through ministry how do I ensure charges be dropped on him should I miss court or talk to da or victim advocate. I've done this to him... Read more »
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