I sent affidavit to states attorney of what I did and that I was sorry and possibly to much of my meds and was angry at the time. I did do a video statement. I understand they can continue pursuing regardless. He has a private attorney that I'm not sure is doing all he can. His bond is... Read more »
You are not allowed to speak to the judge by yourself. You should talk to your boyfriend's lawyer and ask that lawyer how to proceed. He is being paid to help your boyfriend and you and he are on the same side.
You can try to persuade the particular State’s Attorney’s office involved that it’s best not to prosecute, but once the process has passed the charging stage, they don’t have to drop the case just because you want them to. The State’s Attorneys have an obligation to the public to...Read more »
It all depends on the case, the prosecutor, his attorney and the Judge. Each case is different. Your boyfriend needs a criminal defense attorney to assist him with this matter right away. Please tell him to hire an attorney right away. The sooner he hires an attorney, the better.
Divorced us in secret from me. I heard finalized March 26th 2020in Clay county of Minnesota. What can be done about no notice on divorce decree? Can I challenge judgment so I can have input into 40years of my life where I am a victim of domestic violence abuse against men by battered husband... Read more »
It depends on what you were actually charged with as domestic violence is not a charge in illinois. Domestic battery? Dropped down to battery? Did you have probation or court supervision? Get a copy of your file from the circuit clerk. Call a criminal defense lawyer for a consultation.
This sounds more like a criminal law question than a family law question. It sounds like at least one of you was arrested and charged with an offense such as domestic battery where the judge ordered as a special condition of bond that whichever one of you that was charged has to stay away from the...Read more »
She doesn't have a job and owns nothing nor does she pay any bills. She is a frequent drug abuser and constantly goes on rampages and destroys the house. she also threatens to fight people in the house and puts my one-year-old daughter at risk for danger.
I live with my mom and younger sister (13) and my mothers ex boyfriend has been living with us for about 4-5 years now and finally we have gotten an eviction notice for him but its not set until July 1st. Lately he has been yelling at us and making us uncomfortable and scared in our own home and is... Read more »
My daughters boyfriend has verbally and physically abused my daughter but she won’t file a restraining order on him and doesn’t want to leave him. She is +18 and will protect him at all cost to the point to lying to the police and blaming herself.
There isn't enough information here to be completely certain. I would want to know some things like the living arrangements and whether you still have any legal responsibliity for your daughter for anything.
The chances are that you do not have standing to seek an order against your...Read more »
If the man does not fight back or defend himself (just leave the situation) will he get in trouble? Would she be able to be removed from the house/arrested/or charges pressed for the assault and verbal threats?
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 »
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