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Q: My brother is currently being held in the county jail facing charges of aggravated domestic battery.

The victim had an audio recording of the incident of gave it to the police 2 months of it supposedly happen. Is that audio recording enough evidence for the courts to convict him with aggravated domestic battery charges. The girl refuses to go to court and brags about how the recording is fake.

Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin answered on Sep 1, 2019

All this should be discussed with your brother's attorney.

It appears from the limited information that she would need to testify

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Q: In Kansas is it a crime to interfere with a 911 emergency call
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Aug 13, 2019

I have no idea--but I am willing to guess: yes.

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Q: Will I have to testify against my boyfriend, he's in jail for 4 battery charges

He's been to prison prior of me for domestic

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Jul 22, 2019

If you were the complainant then the answer is yes.

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Q: Im 19 and since i was kid i was abused I lost my job at 17 and am still house bounfd with mental illness.can i still sue
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Dec 19, 2017

Yes, though the mental illness will cloud the claim.

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Q: Can someone be charged for theft of a stolen item, even if that person does not have, nor has ever been seen with item?

Local sheriff detectives are threatening to have my mom and 2 sisters arrested because an already stolen cement saw came up missing from my one sisters ex boyfriends house, whom she left after he beat her and pulled a gun on her and my other sister and her bf. Yet they are not charging him with... Read more »

Michael Duma
Michael Duma answered on Oct 6, 2017

Yes. It is not necessary for that person to currently possess the item in order to have stolen it. That person could have stolen the item and subsequently resold or otherwise disposed of it. Thus, it is possible to be charged with theft even if the defendant does not “have” the item.

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