I was hoping that you might have some suggestion as how I might best approach writing the prosecutor. I know that they I could be subpoenaed if there were in fact a trial, but it seems that would simply waste more resources. I know he is completely willing to plea to the misdemeanor charges and I think that statefarm should try and prosecute him civilly. It was both mine and my boyfriend's impulsive decision making as well as a lack of communication that escalated this situation. I am hoping you may help me with some legalese that might expedite a positive reaction. I am not quite aware of how to the damage to the vehicle might factor into the equation. Also if I were to either testify for the defense or at least work to rescind prosecution - could that in anyway affect my standing with state farm. I have already been compensated for the total loss of my vehicle. My boyfriend actually was involved in a fender bender while driving my vehicle several months ago and State Farm did cover the damages, though it certainly did affect my premium.
I know it must get frustrating to be on the receiving end of so many stupid decisions, but I hope you are able to find serenity or at least humor in at all.
So I just received a letter saying I will be served with a subpoena from the prosecutors office. I have not yet sent my letter asking them to drop the auto charges, so this could be moot. But if that is not the case, how will this work? FIrst of all I live and am currently in Phoenix, AZ, but the court in question is located in Randolf Co., MO. Secondly Im pretty this actually goes to court I will be summoned by the defense as well. I have been unable to speak to the prosecutor's office, I only made my original statement to the police. Of course I will proceed with the aforementioned letter, but I not quite sure how else to proceed?
Thank you for your help and I wont forget to rate your advice.
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