Me an the mother of my children were arguing an sometimes we hit things never eachother an never around the kids an we were never actually charged with domestic violence can csb still use it against use if all there was was a police report?
The home is my home that I own and have lived in alone for 15 years. My ex boyfriend lived with me for 2019 and a few months into 2020. By 2020 we were no longer involved with one another, but he wouldn’t leave my house. He became more abusive and erratic, up all hours of the night never... Read more »
If there is a valid protection order to stay away, you don't need an eviction. But if you want to get any of his things out of the house, and he doesn't arrange for someone to pick them up, then you need an eviction to be able to get them out.
I had a boyfriend living with me for months. No rental agreement contract, he did not give rent money nor was asked to. He began mentally & physically abusing me in the fall of 2019. In Dec. 2019, I could not take any more, so I called the cops after he punched me multiple times in my face... Read more »
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the situation and advise you. The attorney could make arrangements with your ex to collect his things. Or the attorney can file an eviction action. After the court grants the eviction, you could then move all his things...Read more »
Witnesses generally need to have personal knowledge of something relevant or else their testimony is going to be very brief. I suspect they disagree agree with your assessment that they lack personal knowledge of the events.
My ex girlfriend was supposed to drop my son off. She called when she parked on my street and I told her I'd be out to get him. She came inside while I got pants and shoes. My son was asleep. I tried to put him in bed, but he woke up. I got him food and let him eat in my room. While I did... Read more »
The notion that a citizen “files” charges is inaccurate. Citizens report what they want to the police. Police investigate. Prosecutor decides whether or not to file charges. Anyone’s report could lead to a prosecution. Many domestic violence cases are reported by friends, family, or neighbors.
Many states will share information like this. So, I hate to say it, but it depends. The real question is will the state where the warrant was issued want to pay to extradite? That will depend on the alleged crime committed.
Once you ring the bell it cannot be unrung, so whatever you told law enforcement cannot be taken back. If you recant you are opening yourself up to potential perjury / falsification charges. You need to hire a lawyer to represent you. He or she will be able to speak with the prosecutor on your...Read more »
I'm her only other living blood kin. Hey fathers sister. She lives with mothers sister, has since she was 8, an both parents passed within 3 months of each other. She's claiming other aunt is abusive and continues to run away. Cops told me ill be arrested for helping her. What can i do?
A standard DV is an M1, up to 180 days, a record, cannot be sealed. If there was serious injury or a pregnancy, the level and penalties are enhanced. It’s a serious charge. The defendant should get a lawyer ASAP.
my sister ended up in the hospital 1/31/2020 at the hand of her abusive husband. she was in a coma and on a ventilator for over two weeks. she woke up, does not remember the past 20 yrs. She's been married 20 years. husband has been emotionally, psychologically, and financially abusive for... Read more »
The probate court determines whether a person requires a guardian based on all the facts, medical condition, mental competence, etc. A person can have a guardian to make personal and health decisions, and a guardian to make financial decisions. That can be the same person, or two different...Read more »
Question is victim viewpoint in ohio. There is photo and recording evidence of ongoing abuse as well as an undocumented miscarriage caused by the abuser. Abuse has been oning for 12 years. Police were involved over 10 years ago with two cases but were dropped because he stopped the victim from... Read more »
It really depends on the nature of the charge(s) that can be brought. A standard DV is an M1 carrying up to 6 months. But it’s an escalating offense which means multiple offenses can raise the level. Also, if serious injury is caused, or the woman is pregnant, the level goes up.
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