I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
You asked: can he really b given the habitual offender because he has prior felonies that r not related to domestic abuse in any way? Yes, the fact that he has the prior felonies alone is enough to allow the prosecutor to seek a habitual offender status. It is not necessary that the priors have anything to do with domestic violence.
And isn't she double charging him by giving him domestic strangulation and serious domestic abuse?? Well, no, it isn't a double charge. The charge is domestic strangulation and the designation of the degree of harm is merely being argued to be serious domestic abuse. Strangulation is just one of the charges possible under the umbrella of "serious domestic abuse".
And finally, even though you have recanted your story, that does not prevent the prosecutor from prosecuting the alleged crime. However, if you recant in court if called as a witness, it is unlikely that he will be convicted unless he did something foolish like confess to the crime or if there are other witnesses or other evidence of the crime.
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