If I explain to prosecutor that his meds are making him this way, I already went to his church, his Dr and his Mom, I thought this was my last chance to get help...now it's going to cost him everything..make him have any sympathy or is failing to cooperate my only option?
Also do my 19 year old twin sons have to answer questions because the police want to talk to them and I don't want them involved however they have been witnesses'
they are trying to talk to my 19 yr old twins, do they have to speak to the police if they don't want to? They were witnesses.
Also what kind of attorney should we hire for him and will that attorney come after me since I'm the victim? or is he just interested in reducing charges?
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