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I believe I should wait until the Manchester doors open tomorrow instead of saying this matter on line. Thank you
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Thank you for your honest response. As a law abiding, single parent to an 8 year old who works hard to instill community responsibility and personal character, I just feel like the system is less than perfect.
I believe the final order took into account her previous complaint filings and; since the prosecutor assigned to the Stalk charge was the one and same prosecutor that told her the case was dropped due to "No Criminal Activity" and; was the very same prosecutor sitting in the hearing, listening to my ex's false testimony, stating dropped due to police error. I happen to know that this same prosecutor assigned HAD TO Communicate to my fake victim why charges were dropped. I would consider that lie as material in trying to convince the judge that she was stalked but; due to a technicality and so on and so on.
I guess I expected the assigned prosecutor to be shocked and; by being a dedicated public servant, appointed to uphold the law for everyone in thier jurisdiction, would be outraged that her direct verbal communication to this fake victim about dropped charges, would be enough for her to clearly see that she was lying under oath for her personal vindication and gain.
Also, we requested 911 records and knew beforehand, that none existed because she did not call but stated in her written claim and then repeated it verbally under oath. Again, my atty inquired and we all know that i was not in town at the time she claims the chase scene occurred.
Though I saw the prosecutor the very next day in court while I was applying for annulment, a brief exchange occured where she stated the victim has some real credibility issues. To me it suggested she was clearly aware that she perjured herself on several occassions. My hope or preference would have been that she, as the prosecutor with first hand knowledge of deceit under oath, would pursue without my request.
If I must, myself, make a visit to the county office to lodge my own complaint, then I have learned something this evening. Thank you!
I would expect a prosecutor to pursue and not take a minute off for clear, obvious criminal acts which I beleive she has done, especially during the last, final hearing order.
Thanks again for your professional opinion.
Thanks again! Though this woman resided in our home for 4 years and never paid a dime, in fact; she filed bankruptcy at year 3 and listed myself as a creditor in her chapter 7 so that she would not have to pay.
The best part of the situation is that she is NOT my son's mother and for that I am very greatful though her own grown children show signs of being unusual adults, I fortunately do not have to deal with them either.
I would just like to know and see whether the law means what it stands for, especially when testifying under oath.
I do have copies of all cases and a copy of all available discovery documents as well. With that, I will contact to County to inquire and express my concerns of her bogus filings and deliberate manipulation of our legal system. Initially, I planned to wait until she filed another complaint but fearing she may get lucky with a sympathetic officer, I perhaps should not wait.
Additionally, I agree, we do have the best judicial system in the world and thankfully, there are fact checkers and processes to question decisions, I guess I just felt dented with belief and acceptance of a system that would allow one to come in, swear on the bible and then manipulate the entire legal process with hopes of securing a personal vendetta by using law enforcement, judges, and the legal system as a whole. I believe her welcome has been worn by the local police department so my last contact has come a State Trooper whose telephone number and inquiry I retained on my phone.
I do thank you and rate your honest, experienced reactions as highest possible.
Thanks again for the tip on connecting with the proper office.
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