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Hello Francia,Can you please tell me:(1) What were the second set of crimes?(2) Were they based on the first investigation (where you were not read your rights)?Thanks!Ben, J.D.
My other crimes were 4 counts of Criminial Mistreatment 1 which later got reduce to two counts of Criminal Mistreatment 2 and two counts of Assult 4. I was never given my rights during these investigations. These other crimes were based on what I said in the first investigation. Basically, I was only investigated once and both involved my first child. The only reason that I was charged with the other crimes was to prevent me from getting back my child; which the judge said I would be able to to after completing anger management classes, and parenting classes.
Knowing that the procedures for proper procesuction weren't followed. Is there anything I can do to regain the losses that I suffered due to unlawful procesuction.
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