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would it be possible for me to just send a letter to the court asking them to dismiss this..
I spoke witj the clerk at the court and she said I could send a letter. Do you think this will hurt or help me
one more question.seeing that i cant fly there or obtain
a attorney..will the judge grant his request the petions says domestic violence but I was told this was only because we used to live together in hawaii..never together in washington.
is it possible to agree to TRO so it doesnt become permanent? If it becomes permanent I could lose my job and health benefits..which as a women with breqst cancer I cant afford this..
since i cant afford a lawyer can I write this to the judge..I am not denying the charges..I learn my leasson.
so i send this letter to my ex boyfriend or the court? the TRO states i cant contact him
does it have to be mailed? or email is ok? I only have 3 days before mycourt date
I m afraid that sending this might get me arrested..is there certain words i need to use
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