My sister had a case in the past for domestic but the case was dismise, and some animal cruelty but it was also dismise they didn't have any proof about that. So you could say that yes she had some arrest before. Now this time about two weeks ago everything started she was abuse by her mate the police came looking for my sister to take pictures of her to proceed with the charges of her mate but like a typicall victim she didn't press any charges on her mate giving her an opportunity, now last friday they had an argument which turn violence my sister mate was violent to my sister and to her own son there was a knife involve where my sister and child got hurt now my sister had to defend her self and punch her when the police arrive my sister was in the stair with a neighbor bleeding fearing for her life then the police took her to the hospital alone , the mate when with her child to the hospital then left the hospital without being discharge. the police took my sister to custody after the hospital when she was the victim of the domestic violence. At this moment my sister is siting in Jail for punching her mate and for being the victim. Her mate wants to tell the thruth but they say that we can't do nothing until court date, I have the entire phone conversation recorded. Do we really have to wait to court or what can we do at this point?
Oh ok I just wondering if the other person don't come foward with the declaration and drop the charges can I use the conversation in her defense
I'm sorry I have a phone conversation with my sister mate saying what happen that night and that my sister didn't have anything to do with it my sister was only defending her self and the child when her mate stab both of them
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