I need help from continuing to get victimized by my wife, who is now in seek and destroy mode post her DV arrest, is trying to take our son away from me and work with my ex-wife to try and get custody of my 3 daughters from ex wife taken away. We are both educated and have jobs. I'm prior military.... Read more »
My girlfriend of over 2 years has continuously abused me physically emotionally and mentally and financially. These last couple off months she has got me evicted from her moms house where i was paying rent working around the house and paying all the bills where she paid nothing. Her and my landlord... Read more »
For several months since I moved in, I hear a thump then hear a baby crying. I have never experienced the possibility that someone is banging their baby (head?) against something. The baby is helpless. I have not notified the police yet. I have notified the apartment manager and gave them exact... Read more »
Due to her kids needs he was just diagnosed for ADHD so she missed court but she has prove that she is attending these classes still she going to court to show proof what are the chances of her going to jail. Thank you
On 9/15 my son (defendant) was arrested/charged for felony PC 422 & misdemeanor PC 148 . I am his mother (victim). He's never hurt, hit or harmed me. (But 5/2019, I called the cops & he was charged with misdemeanor PC422. He was in jail a couple of days then "Fed cap kick". I let him come back to... Read more »
Mg brother just called me to tell me that some cops went to his job and asked him if he had any idea where I was at because they were looking for me did t give him much info as to why they were looking for me and if I still worked in my previous job
Yes, it is possible for police to speak with relatives at their place of employment to try and obtain the location of an individual. It is also possible to check if a person has an active arrest warrant. I recommend having an attorney call the Records Department at the Sheriff's Office in the...Read more »
The most bedrock piece of advice any criminal defense attorney can give is not to speak with the police. If the police attempt to contact you, it is usually a good idea to tell them that you do not wish to answer any questions or that you do not wish to answer any questions without an attorney.
Victim (defendants wife) came forward and wanted to give a sworn statement to courts on defendants behalf because she over-reacted based on her PTSD issues from prior ongoing DV in last marriage as well as other mitigating factors. Victim owned the instigation and escalation and wanted the courts... Read more »
My husband and I, when we lived in Georgia, were under a lot of pressure due to him losing his job, we had to move, etc. Heated argument - I ended up calling the police. the police made up a bunch of stuff and took him away. I COULD NOT DROP CHARGES. Don't I have the right??? I want to sue the... Read more »
i don't know law outside of california..........however her if there is a report of DV the victim is considered the State of Calif and that is why the complaint read The People of the State of Calif vs..................
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