no, please. I want to stick with you. I can wait until tomorrow for an answer. please..
Friend - I am touched. Of course. please allow me to take care of some matters - I will reply as always of course. Thank you again...
Due to the constraint, I may not be able to answer until tomorrow morning (early). Would this be okay? I simply do not want to "rush" the answer, but am "dashing" back and forth at the moment...
The detectives havent seen this yet, do you think this rises to any of the definitions?
Hello! Well, it may depend on the facts. Whatever I think does not really matter so, it depends on what the DA believes and what they fell they can charge him with. Ultimately, it depends on what the jury would agree upon. So the DA charges based on facts, the load of his other cases, and what he thinks this should be and what 12 jurors would agree on. I think he can fall under either. But it is not up to me. In the end, it is up the DA and the jury to ultimately guess what his INTENT was... But he definitely can be charged here...
Friend, You are very kind with your words, sir.
The way it works is that several units may investigate the matter for D.A.'s office - it may be the vice unit, the family violence unit, the drugs unit, etc. It all depends on the circumstances. And each unit has their own "detectives" - there is no such thing as a "regular" detective, to to speak. They are almost always attached to a unit.
In the end, they all report to the D.A. who makes the decision about charging. Since this is family based (i.e stemming out of family relations), it is sent to family violence by default - this is not unusual.
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