My stepchild mom/stepdad keep driving by my house, then today the step-dad was watching me Thur the window as I was working. We don't have proof on them driving by the house but may have him on camera at my job. Last week I called the police on them the step-dad was walking to my porch towards my... Read more »
In 2016 I was convicted of domestic violence with minor injury in Kentucky and placed on diversion for 2 years with a 1 year sentence on the shelf and promise of expungement upon completion. In October 2018, I completed the diversion and the case was dismissed. Some employers say that it shows on... Read more »
You should be able to purchase the gun if the case was dismissed. However, the expungement process is not automatic. The obligation is on you to take the necessary steps to expunge the record. Hence, if you haven’t, I’m sure that’s why they’re still seeing it on your record.
A girl I was seeing was mad when she found out I was still seeing other women I went to work one day, she had stayed the night pretending all was forgiven and when I was gone took an epo out on me claiming I beat her. She also showed the judge a text where I said she could stay with me. For the... Read more »
My daughter was hit by our next door neighbor cause she when over they to grab our dogs. They neighbor was going off and my daughter told her to calm down. That the stress will hurt the unborn child. But she didn't listen. So my daughter raised her voice to get the lady to listen. But the lady... Read more »
Ive been consistently involved in her life the duration of this guardianship. I however, married and was convicted of a domestic battery misdemeanor, because my Husband and I are choosing to do counseling, etc. to recover our marriage.. (My mother doesn't approve) She has now blocked all... Read more »
I petitioned to get an EPO against my child's father on Saturday, the sheriff's office told me to come back on Monday to pick up the paperwork with my court date, We have not been to court yet. I thought he was going to be at work so I went back to the shared house to get the rest of my... Read more »
My soon-to-be ex-husband filed an EPO against me, and a DVO against my boyfriend. He dropped everything on me, but the judge kept the DVO on my boyfriend. My boyfriend can't come within 500 feet of my two youngest children because of it, causing him to have to move out of our home. Now, this... Read more »
I am 100% disabled veteran with a wife and 2 small kids. I was told I have to drive the 1000 miles there just to sign a piece of paper to get charges filed. Then drive 1000 miles back, hope they prosecute (the attacker is a local preacher and friends with the chief of police, sheriff, prosecutor... Read more »
My boyfriend who is 23 landed me in the hospital and where we were at the time it was a felony, I want to know how I can put him away or get something out of this because justice hasn't been served. He beat me down mentally and physically for months until he ended up strangling me until I passed... Read more »
You need to go see the Conmonwealth Attorney for the county where this occurred, to see about prosecuting him. If you want to file a civil suit, you will need a parent or next friend to bring it on your behalf bc you are a minor. You may want to consult a civil lawyer in this aspect to help you.
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