csae involves me kicking both out of my house. cops bcome in after 17yr old took her key and let them in. the da charge me with assault by contact
because i pushed mom. even though he states she wasn't hurt. they still filed on me. his report he tries to frame me by stating i used my hands fist and feet. i wanted the jury to see that report
i got a printed copy from the sheriffs' department and viewed the handwritten version at the court house, i am pro se. i am trying to
use it against the sheriff because the printed version varies a lot
from the hand written version. the da says they can only be used
on a limited basis because its hearsay.
assault by contact. in officers report he states under means of attack
he prints hands fist and feet (aggrevated assault) the hand written report
he leaves means of attack blank
i am charged with class c misdeamnor (400 max fine)
the officer knew that. but in his printed report he is
trying to show class b aggrevated assault. i think that
evidence needs to be showed to the jury how this cop
is trying to frame me and make it look worse than it was
since i have a printed copy and i have seen the written copy
i was wanting to show the jury that his reports vary differently
i don't need anything from them since i've seen them both
but da contacted me about my preadmit motion and asked
me why i wanted to use it at trial because it was heresay
and she went on to say that it could only be used on a
limited basis because the reports are heresay only.
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