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I know we would have to keep it clear and concise. Should I include that the local police did not submit evidence to the court because they felt it was not a violation? What example of a letter can I submit to the local police chief - state atty office etc. complaining that the police did not submit evidence to the court about the 2nd violation....
I think I would rather go with one letter that I can address to the chief state atty, prosecutor, local police chief. This way the prosecuting atty can present it to the judge instead of the letter above? What are your thoughts please?
I appreciate your input. However, I prefer to have one letter that I can send to all the above as I stated before regarding the 2nd violation of the protective order- one that will go to the Chief of police, state atty etc. the prosecutor in my case can present it to the judge that there will be more evidence forthcoming....
How would you phrase a letter regarding the violation that was not looked at seriously with the facebook incident to the chief of police, state atty etc.....I think this would be a great way to cover all the above. I would give this to the prosecutor to present to the judge. Thanks so much for your help with this....
Can I state in the letter to the judge that my life has changed because I am looking over my shoulder all the time...living in fear ?
Should I mention about the false police report he made against my current bf or how he used the COLLECT system to get info? Will the Defense atty say that is here say without proof of evidence?
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