With me. But we was never apart and I visited him while in jail and picked him up the day he was released. On June 3rd he was arrested for driving without license and they also charged him with Violation of Family Violence Order and held without bond. He has since plead guilty to the battery charge... Read more »
All misdemeanors in GA are guaranteed a bond, but it appears the real issue here is they are prosecuting him for violation of a bond condition. Even if he and you wanted to have contact, if he is found to be in contact with you he is subject to prosecution.
https://ody.dekalbcountyga.gov/portal/ is the online docket and you should be able to find his case info there, but without knowing more it is tough to predict how long until his next judicial event. It could be a couple, of weeks or a long...Read more »
More information is needed if you are concerned with whether you will ever be approved for a visa in the future. Were/are you accused of a domestic violence? What are the facts? Did you go through any sort of court mandated classes? What is the maximum...Read more »
Be careful, thats what you can do. Even when she solicits contact, ANY violation of the TPO can justify an arrest or violation. Thats one of the big issues with these orders. No matter her intention, the cops are going to do what the document tells them too.
They are from another country..they are abusive to me in front of my son and husband ..if I let my spouse know I am leaving with my son and take my son to my mothers home can I get a restraining order if he threatens me? What about a good behavior warrant in GA?
At this point, you both have equal custody of the child. He can also take the child. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with guidance.
This is a very broad question - it may help if you tailor your question a little bit more to receive better responses. However, in general, a lawyer will use all the evidence in the case to provide the best defense for his/her client. This can be achieved through various ways (i.e., communications...Read more »
So my granny was on the phone with my sister and I started to argue with my granny. My sister on the phone in anouther county hangs up and calls the police to our house. I get arrested for fva simple battery for taking the phone from granny and throwing it and criminal fva criminal trespassing for... Read more »
You stand a very high chance at a successful resolution as long as you handle the situation properly. As DV cases are treated aggressively by most jurisdictions, they dont get "dismissed" very often without some back and forth between you and the State. It may be very reasonable to try...Read more »
While the officer requesting a warrant, can always withdraw a warrant application, if a warrant has already issued, there may be additional steps taken to get the warrant withdrawn. If the alleged victim does not want to prosecute, the DA/Solicitor can take that into consideration, but they have...Read more »
I'm a mentor for a woman in Georgia and I live in New Jersey and this poor woman has been put through hell &her 4 children are in temp custody of their abusive twisted husband and one conversation she had with her 4yr old, said "daddy wants to kill you" Now I don't know how... Read more »
She needs a wholesale revisiting of her case by a Domestic Violence Social Worker who can coordinate appropriate legal assistance as this is a multifacted situation. The Child is in need of protection, and that should be coordinated likely with some state agencies due to her instability and lack...Read more »
So the attacker caused property damage and you are inquiring if you are responsible for it? Thats hard to answer without more facts as you may have independent duties to repair (such as leased property) that are in play regardless of the criminal process.
And parental alienation by the husband and paternal grandparents who is manipulating the child against his mother. Is it likely the mother will get full physical custody and the father supervised visitation? Is it more likely the mother will get the home? This is in Georgia USA
Trying to get to the heart of your inquiry, but it appears you have a messy custody/family/criminal set of intertwined issues. Unfortunately as you have discovered there are not a lot of great resources for folks in these situations outside the traditional legal system.
Two marriage licence applied for 10 years apart are on the probate record on in 2011 when we married at the court house . The other issued Jan 21 2020 I had no knowledge or part in at all ? What can I do to unravel his mess of fraud , deception and abuse ?
Please get an attorney as soon as possible. If your wife already petitioned the court for a restraining order then you need to still protect yourself even if you may want to save your marriage. You have a limited time to respond to her petition and even smaller amount of time to prepare for the...Read more »
You need to have a consultation with an attorney. Each case varies based on income, assets of the parties, history of caretaking of the child and other factors. Once more information about those is known, an attorney can give you advice.
Unfortunately, no. While Georgia law does not explicitly prohibit it, federal law prohibits you for purchasing, possessing, or transporting firearms if you have been convicted of a family violence/domestic misdemeanor. A remedy you may pursue is to seek a pardon from the Georgia Board of Pardons...Read more »
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