Krista, thank you for the additional information. You can take it upon yourself and proceed back to court
, to have the restraining order modified, to allow you to enter the home and remove your belongings. In the body of the motion, you would need to explain to the Judge the reason that you need to enter, how you have nothing at this time and would respectfully ask that the police escort you or an assigned third party to be present, to allow you to remove your personal items. As far as the charge, it is bizarre that he keeps texting you, saying you hit him and lying, just to see you get in trouble. of course, absent any witnesses, it is going to be your word against his, along with the observations of the officer when they arrived on the scene. In an ideal situation, he would not cooperate as the victim or at least advise the State that he does not want to see you prosecuted. For him to keep trying to force the issue is odd. Moreover, he could found to be in violation of the order, if he is texting you when he knows there is not to be any contact. When you go back to court, you can ask to be appointed the public defender, if you are unable to afford to retain private counsel. If you also proceed with divorce against this man for his actions, you can try and recover the $3000 which was taken, as it is likely a martial asset and something you would be entitled to.
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