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she had no even been charget yet when she filed for the order and yes she was the only one charged.
on your second question i think it had to of been on a seperate matter
but what she had written for the reaons were false
let me start over, she was jailed, and it was for criminal dammage which the officer made it a domestic issue, she has 2 prior convictions for d.v. then had a hearing and releaed,not yet charged,the following day was another hearing which i did not attend ad so i dont know the outcome, and 2 hours after the hearing was over i was served,
Walter,Most likely what happened is the court that issued the order was not aware that she had been charged with a criminal offense in which you were the victim. If she is only charged with criminal damaging, that may not impacted what the court did in issuing the order. If, however, she is charged with domestic violence, that usually is a factor that the court will consider. Especially in accessing her credibility and motive for seeking a protective order.I am still not clear if the order that you were served was issued as an ex parte order if it is after a final hearing. Did the order include a notice of the next hearing date?You ask about your request for an order being declined. If you filed for a civil protection order against her after she had one granted, the court will not issue an ex parte order. What should occur is they should take your petition, schedule you motion for a hearing and send her notice of the hearing.Given the limited facts you have provided I have tried to answer you question. If you have more information or if the assumptions I have made are inaccurate please let me know. Also let me know more about the denial of your request for an order, so I can better address that.I hope that I have answered your question. Please let me know if you have more questions or need more information._________________________________________________________________Please rate my answers with a positive rating (three or more stars) as this is the only way I receive credit and compensation for my work. If you have additional questions or need more information, please ask.My goal is to provide with best assistance that I can. Please keep in mind that I do not know what you already know or don't know, or with what you need help, unless you tell me. If I did not answer the question you thought you were asking, please respond with the specific question you wanted answered. Also keep in mind that the law may not always be settled or may not support the position you want. My role is not to tell you what you want to hear. but to provide you accurate information as to what the law provides. Please do not rate me poorly just because the information I have provided does not support the outcome you desire.You can always request me through my profile at http://www.justanswer.com/law/expert-legaleagle1 also begin your question with “For LegalEagle1”_________________________________________________________________Use of this service does not create any attorney client relationship. Information provided is intended to explain general legal principles and assist you in finding an attorney in your area. Please click "Great" or better to rate service.
i do not know what the charges were on her and i did go before the same judge to request a hearing in which was granted she was served and that was suposed to be within 10 working days and it is 20 or so not 10, and to be honest i dont think the judge knew she was the one arrested she acted suprisd when i said i was the victim and thats my issue is to how this happned, she had my gun rights taken from me and i am pretty sure that was her goal with the order served against me, the judge told me that she was going to detirmine if the order was just for revenge at the hearig and has an order ready to go against my ex girlfriend depending on my evidence in which i have. proving this.
what do you mean a full court hearing? the only hearing i know of is the one i requested and the judge said it will be me the judge and my ex.
ok one quick question lets say i was to send her an email asking her very nice if we could settle this withiut goig to court, i know that would violate, but if she actually responded what could appen?
ok one quick question lets say i was to send her an email asking her very nice if we could settle this withiut goig to court, i know that would violate, but if she actually responded what could appen? she did schedule a hearing which is on the 18th and she said thats when she would deside, but as long as i have sufficent evidence do you relly think i need a lawyer
well she violated her court release conditions by contacting me several times and i notified the police the took the evidence and said they would get back to me and never did.
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