He's at the VA hospital in Leavenworth,Kansas for the next four months. He told me that just because he's gone that the woman that runs the program and the compliance officer could still come do a home visit/search while he's gone. Wouldn't that be harassment since he's not here?
My husband has a 7 year deferred sentence. He has done one year so far. He has all his fees paid off and only has 3 more classes left that we're court ordered. I was just wondering if it was possible to get his sentence reduced anytime.
There is a method of reviewing his sentence but can only be accomplished with the consent of the District Attorney at this point. It would take hiring a good criminal defense attorney who could possibly get the DA to agree. At that point the attorney could file the paperwork to get the case back in...Read more »
The police officer had made a statement that I had marks on my neck I said I dont think he chokes me she said there are marks on ur neck and took pics and it was put in report that he choked me I have mad a written statement to the fact of what happen what is process now and will they drop the... Read more »
You should go to the District Attorneys office where the charges were filed and speak to the assistant D.A. who has been assigned the case. You need to clear up your statement that you made to insure that indeed you told the investigator that you don't think the person charged choked you. You...Read more »
He was sentenced to serve 10 years provided entire term be suspended upon good behavior ordered 50 hours of community service. States will not have custody or unsupervised visitation with his two minor children. Was supervised by Payne county for 2 years. Court advised the defendant of his appeal... Read more »
She had a huge stack of papers she was calling proof...how can I defend myself if I don't know what I'm being accused of or what evidence she has.. or if that evident was a pain while we were still married there for making it privileged
The law says that you are held to the same standards as a licensed attorney if you choose to represent yourself. The judge is prohibited from giving you any legal advice and cannot tell you how to get what you need. You should hire an attorney to assist you in your case.
Yes. There is nothing wrong with that. Many times a domestic violence intervention worker in some counties will fill out the paperwork for you to sign. Keep in mind that you are signing the document under oath. Make sure the content is correct before signing it.
There was a one sided domestic dispute between my s/o and I. My daughter was in the car and it took place outside the vehicle. Two strangers saw the incident called the police. A react van happened to stop took my dL info then asked me questions but all I said was I'm fine I'm okay. Then... Read more »
In DA's statement of facts on my brother to support probable cause the DA exaggerates what victim reported to police about a domestic assault committed by my brother on the victim 5 yrs ago that makes him seem abusive, how it wasn't reported to police, and that she continued to stay... Read more »
I was helping her out by letting her stay with me due to her being homeless. She started a fight with me striking me several times before I eventually struck her back. She told the police that I beat her up on purpose about money without mentioning she started. Now im charged with domestic abuse... Read more »
Police were called by third party who witnessed and they gave statements saying they saw the abuse. Victim confirmed abuse but no arrest was made that night, victim left to stay with extended family. This also took place in front of their minor child
Am I responsible to pay these fees after the plaintiff was court ordered to? In the beginning my lawyer told me not to worry about it, he was sure we would be awarded court fees and cost to be paid by the plaintiff.
If you signed a contract making you responsible for the fees you must pay them even if the judge ordered the opposing party to pay some of your attorney fees. It is your responsibility to enforce the court order so that the opposing party has to pay you back whatever the court ordered.
Felony arrest warrant for Stalking filed on defendant for courthouse security camera showing defendant & victim passing each other in hallway with active protection order in place. Victim files false report claiming defendant yelled at her while omitting the fact defendant had a court hearing... Read more »
No, because you just gave details that support that probable cause has been met. However, you may have a solid defense to the charges based upon your comments. Speak to your attorney about obtaining the security footage from the courthouse.
It wasn't til a couple years later that I realized DA in my dom A&B trial had left out the fact there was reports made and not only did victim testify the incident wasnt reported to police her version slightly changed to match what she alleges I did to her this recent time And...the... Read more »
It could be all of the above or none of the above. The answer comes down to the specific details of the case. You need to sit down with your attorney to discuss your past cases and well as your newest case. Maybe there is something that happened in the past that can help you now.
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