Not necessarily, as law enforcement has a lot of discretion when it comes to filling out affidavits. That being said, there should at least be an incident report documents the interaction between the officer and those involved.
Depending on the situation and whether this has happened before, you could be facing a fine, a no-contact order, and some jail time. Your best bet is going to be to contact a lawyer to see if there is anything that can be done to either get the case dismissed or take it to trial.
my daughter was born in Louisiana due to insurance but has Mississippi address listed on the Birth certificate and she has lived her entire life in Mississippi. Her father who took her is on the birth certificate.
It really depends on the circumstances. I would highly recommend that you contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss further, especially concerning the facts and circumstances, so that you can be advised accordingly.
On August 1 authorities was called to the scene in regards to a argument amongst me and ex spouse each side of the story was given after that I was by authorities lead in to get personal belongings as well as being led out and also told by authorities that they couldn't make me leave because I had... Read more »
Not necessarily. While it best practice to arrest someone suspected of domestic violence ASAP, if your ex spouse went back alter and filed charges against you, then that could trigger them coming to arrest you later. That being said, your best bet is going to be to get with an attorney to delve...Read more »
We have 3 kids 18,12,7. I’ve have him on child support but he don’t pay it. How can I get soul custody of my younger daughters. He’s beat and choke me in front my yougers daughters and his mother has beat on me too. He’s let the oldest daughter friend being heroin needles and heroin to... Read more »
Based on the facts as you've told them, you have several grounds for a divorce. Feel free to reach out to any attorney on this forum, as most of us are happy to provide a free consultation to discuss your case, and advise you accordingly.
Yes, so long as it is within the guidelines established by the rules of criminal procedure. That being said, a $75,000.00 bond is unusually high, unless the judge heard some of the facts and circumstances and made several factual determinations to warrant such a high bond.
Randy (son) came home to what looked like His dad hurting his mom. His dad has history of this and I had broken up the dad's manhandling of mom that am. We have videos of mistreatment. So he pull is dad off mom and began to take her outside. His dad grab his wrist twisting behind back to almost... Read more »
Sounds like you have everything that you may need to move forward on it. Your best bet, aside from having an attorney assist you, is to make sure that you communicate the facts and circumstances of your case to the judge.
OK, is a bit lengthy so bare with me. My mom just called and got this guy who; a year ago cut my mother's throat during a dispute. She filed a police report but ended up letting him live back with her. That being said, she never dropped the charges. So a warrant for his arrest remained in place.... Read more »
Assuming that he was already released on a felony bond, if he gets picked up for another felony, he should not be released until one of the felonies is resolved. Her best bet would be to go ahead and file a formal complaint against him with local law enforcement, and see about getting a protective...Read more »
In order to prove their case, the State would need to provide proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the underlying charge occurred, whether through doctor's reports, eye-witness testimony, etc.
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