Just a clarification; he is the one in jail not her.
Can I go to the trial when that day comes. She will most likely say it didn't happen. I know more of their lives together, and so do others. For example she protects him from the assults, such as that same evening he beat her with a studded belt. I have to let them know this. This guy cannot be let out, he will eventually kill her, I believe.
What should I do with more information that I know about him?
Well after all what I read with some research on the internet, and what you have stated here, I thought re-a sured that he was going to remain in jail for quite some time.
But that answer came to be un-true! He was released tonight!
Even after the "surety" bond that no-one posted! All my daughter had to do, as I explained, was go there and tell them that he was innocent, they let him go! His name isXXXXX 0707/66 DOB, he was arrested 01/01/2013 on CDV charge. So no I am not satisfied.
Hello,I'm simply amazed. I've never seen that happen. The contrary is usually true, as I have already explained.I don't know what the rationale was for his release. It is typical that complainants change their mind about prosecuting, which is why the State usually waits to ensure that a complainant isn't at risk before reducing or dropping charges or lifting a protective order. I can only assume, and I will certainly never know, that something had to have been wrong with this case in the first place and that the police were on the fence about it.You certainly don't have to be satisfied with my answer. I do not know what the police knew, and I cannot predict the future. There are exceptions to all situations, however. This, unfortunately, was one of them. I wish you and your daughter good luck.
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