I am sorry...he is on probation....My husband did not want to press charges at the time as we are living with his grandmother and his uncle is now living here. He did not want to cause any family drama is what he said however I know for a fact that he is on probation as I looked it up on a legal website and it is in Pickens county and it is for a 5 year period.
I know a probation judge and if their is proof that he caused bodily harm and I have evidence and my husband testifies that he did in fact inflict them then how could he not have to face some sort of punishment for that since he has already a very long list of class four felony charges against him? Would that not be strong enough evidence there that encourage the state to file a petition
are you able to e-mail my questions and answers to my e-mail for my own help in prusue this please?
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