I see your piont. But since the prosecuter on the case was Melissa Pachal and the individual that committed the perjury was the case worker on the case her quote un quote start witness, wouldn't that mean that miss paschal would be able to deter the criminal prosecuter from filing charges against her client? You know as well as I know the D A's office all work closely together even though there seperate division's.
What can I do about this?
My son had fell and he told TDFPS investigators that he fell and I passed a $500.00 poly graph test and the child's own mother told them that I was a loving and wonderful father. And Judge Nancy Berger in the 322nd judicial court had terminated my parental rights over an allegation that I had slapped my son in the face. The only piece of evidence that the state had was a cooks childrens medical center doctor's medical opinion that he was slapped and the doctor didnt even testify her nurse practitioner did every one knows that the child hearsay eveidence act says that the first thing a child says to an individual 18 yrs of age or older is admissable hearsay and that what he told investigator's as well as the doctor. And TDFPS Miss paschal still took me to court she even told my lawyer that she believed the case wasnt worth takeing to trial but TDFPS wanted her to prosecute it so she did.
So basically wahat you are saying is that since I was granted an early release the early release is admissable at oral arguement due to the reasons above is this correct if I am reading your reply correctly.
(Since I had testimony in the court below about an early release wouldn't my argument be that this was an issue raised in the trial court as well as the fact that the DA's information was incorrect and that, if the court relied on it, the court relied in error?
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