Me and my husband went to Mt sisters house. My husband and her boyfriend got into a verbal altercation. Her boyfriend then hit my husband with some weapon. My husband hit him back. I was keeping my sister back so she wouldn't get hit by them and she hit me. I popped her not hard and told her... Read more »
Odds are if the cops are made aware, they are going to investigate and determine if they should arrest anyone. Getting a lawyer involved out front assists in getting your version of the events presented properly and with the most impact.
I advise if arrests appear imminent that you hire...Read more »
"Orders under Penal Code section 1203.097(a)(2) are probationary orders, and the court has jurisdiction as long as the defendant is on probation". Otherwise the court does not have jurisdiction? therefore the order is only enforceable whilst the defendant is on probation? I'm not the... Read more »
That's correct. However, some orders, such as Criminal Protective Restraining Orders can be independent of probation. They have a life, that is, a period of duration entirely their own as set by the court. Violating a CPRO is a separate offense, whether one is on probation or not.
My wife and I separated in 2018. I couldnt take the abuse from her anymore. In 2019 when driving down the highway she throat punched me and was hitting me one handed while doing 80 mph so I ripped the ebrake in total fear for my life. She was arrested on assault per domestic violence. We owned 3... Read more »
So much to digest there. However, the overall concept of proof is an easy answer. What proof do you have? Pictures? Text messages? Emails? Eyewitnesses? There can obviously be even other methods of proof but I would need to know the details of each event.
I love him and I think it's crucial to have my support I want the best for this man the fight started over money which I found days later in my car he is not a threat and is there anything I can do to be able to get charges dropped please help
It is not a Florida law that says that you must press charges, however, generally speaking, the Florida Department of Children and Families can remove a child from a home if they can show the home is dangerous for a child because of ongoing domestic violence. You should consult with a family law...Read more »
Police but no charges..the officer called my PO and told her I was in contact with victim.. so my question is is this a technical since it was a condition on my probation also will the victim be at my hearing he only made a complaint he did not press any charges
It's not a "technical" violation, like failing to pay a monthly supervision fee, but a violation of a special term of probation. Whether the PO will be able to prove the violation without the victim present to testify is another matter. Repeating hearsay phone calls from a...Read more »
Defendant has an active misdemeanor warrant and is currently being held on a hold in another county. The issuing county has not responded for 48 hours. What do I do to either have him transferred to the issuing county or released with a citation?
Im homeless. In 2018 I was assaulted by a man inside my tent and the police just happened to be outside my tent whilst I was inside being strangulated and punched in my face. The person who assaulted me was arrested literally seconds after he attacked me. He had been assaulting me on a regular... Read more »
Legally speaking, you don't have to prove your innocence, the State has the burden of proving you are guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. However, useful evidence of innocence is, for example, witnesses to the incident who can testify on your behalf, text messages or any other evidence of the...Read more »
A few days later, we find out that there is a warrant for his arrest in GA that we believe his parents called and reported him for. But he did nothing wrong. Now his mother is harassing us and threatening us.
I have screen shots from Facebook of our conversations and when I told her I am done with the relationship and I am applying for college she got angry and is now trying to put a restraining order on me. My court date is the 28 of this month.
My boyfriend, who is still my boyfriend, got drunk one night. We had plans but he blew them off so I locked him out. He was always leaving his key at home. He told the police that I beat him up and even though he was highly intoxicated, he had a buddy of his backing up his story. This particular... Read more »
someone accusing me of sexual assault secretly recorded me and coerced me into making a confession for a crime I did not commit. He started screaming and me and threatening to report me to authorities. I feared for my safety so I just told him what he wanted me to say to get him to leave. Is this... Read more »
The answer depends on many factors, but yes it may be able to be used against you. I suggest that you speak with a lawyer as we don't know all the details of your confession or case to properly advise you.
Now he has found away to flush her out from hiding for there life. he filed emergency sole custody and got it and had a pick up order for her children now police came to her safe house and arrested her with a charge of kidnapping her own children,took her boys and said they were going to cac but... Read more »
Your daughter needs to go to a police station with the evidence you are talking about and report the crime. They should find probable cause to arrest him, eventually arrest him, and a stay away order will be entered to make it illegal for him to contact your daughter during the pendency of the...Read more »
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