Just to be clear, you are saying that you gave a false statement to the police? If that is the case, yes you could be arrested. If this is the case, you really should not do anything until you have discussed this with a criminal defense attorney.
What? No one here can tell you how to do this. This is why we go to law school and work many years for the experience to handle such matters. You need to make sure to appear in court and see what happens in court.
He grabbed my hands with force then I left the house reported domestic violence to the police I was told to go get an order of protection but then me and my daughter’s father came to an agreement to not get back together but he will still buy our daughter needs and help me with her and see her... Read more »
Her legal guardians have taken my daughter from me, filed an emergency motion in Illinois stating to the Judge that they are deciding who speaks/ sees to her, and that they would deny any contact from both parents. My ex (her father) was released from jail with 2 counts of continuous family... Read more »
I am a single mother. Every since the father of my child and I broke up, he has become even more emotionally unstable, controlling, abusive, and unpredictable in his actions. I plan to relocate because the abuse is leading me into depression, I have help and support elsewhere, and would have a... Read more »
I reside in the state of Illinois and I am a victim of domestic violence (emotional, physical and verbal). My abuser is my child's father. Four days ago, I finally gained the courage to file a police report against the father of my child after he assaulted me once more in front of my infant child -... Read more »
You need more advice than an attorney can adequately provide without an in-person interview. Please, for the sake of yourself and your child, make an appointment with a family law lawyer. He or she ask the questions needed to give you advice. If you don't know who to call, contact a local shelter...Read more »
No, a Domestic Battery conviction can not be Sealed. The time to have the charge reduced was prior to pleading guilty or going to trial, so that time has passed as well. Your only option is to request Executive Clemency from the Governor but way of an Executive Clemency Petition.
They could depending on what she said. If she was in fear of being hit, the charge could be assault. They could also possibly charge you with disorderly conduct. It is important for you not to speak to the police if they come to speak to you.
My wife I told the officers that she did not want to press charges and that I need to get my head checked out because I have fail I hit my head against a plaster concrete wall come to find out I had a concussion with a mask off fracture to the right side of my head
How can I get these charges dropped because he is a really good guy and everyone will tell you that, we are losing our home and so stressed out trying to figure it all out and we both snapped in each other.
Since you are currently serving a sentence, Conditional Discharge, and part of that sentence if for you to not violate any laws, driving on revoked license will be considered a violation of your Conditional Discharge. Since you violated your sentence be picking on a driving on revoked, the...Read more »
No. You may not contact the judge. It is extremely inappropriate.
If you're the one accused and you are asking to have someone's letter on your behalf not be considered by the judge, you're going to have to talk to your attorney about it. If you're representing yourself, stop what you're...Read more »
On November 13. 2018 I was involved in a domestic situation. The police were called and I made my report. The next day (November 14 2018) I went and got a order of protection that was granted. That same day the other party involved went and made a report on me and had a friend that sat In the car... Read more »
You need to discuss this with your attorney. Your attorney is the only one with all of the needed information in order to address your concerns. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away.
First, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney to assist you with the pending Dom. Battery matter. The sooner you hire an attorney the better. Second, you also need to hire a family law attorney to assist you with the divorce matter.
My mother is harassing me, my children(all under 13), my husband, my in laws and anyone else that has a relationship with me(calls, texts, facebook/messenger, going to their houses). I have cut all communication with her, and have told her many times to stay away(proof with text messages and so... Read more »
You can file for an Order of Protection. Go to the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office in the County where this is happening and they will give you information regarding the filing of an Order of Protection. The sooner you do this the better.
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