There are too many unanswered questions to render any legal advice. "He said, she said" testimony may or may not be admissible in court proceedings. Statements by the defendant, your fiancé, are likely to be admitted into evidence, and testimony by the alleged victim may or not be...Read more »
I was wondering if I got my cousin to sign a notarized paper stating that he confesses to the crime that I did not commit how would I present it to the court?and what would happen? He looks just like me
The prosecutor and police will collect evidence ton use against your fiancé, the court procedure will include multiple appearances and may include a trial. If your finacé doesn't have an attorney, then your fiancé will be in a very difficult situation.
However my immunity case was a direct factor in the sentence I received in a separate case. I have no prior convictions and the states attorney brought up my immunity case to justify the amount of time she was giving me? Do I have any legal recourse?
Your question is much too vague to provide an answer. I suggest contacting an attorney.
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