my son-in-law driving my daughters car, he is revocked. keeps driving the cars, has spent time for driving with out a license. in june he fliped over my daughters car with his 2 childern in it and a new puppy! car is in the grave yard now! cops came, my daughter took the blame. i picked her up from the cop station! she said mom i was not driving!!!!! dave said to me take the blame, im facing 2 years!!!! how can i tell the courts about this? jessica was not driving!!! ps the guy has a 25 page recored!!!!!! our family is tired of him plus we have a house that he rents and has not paid 1 cent dec.2011. just feed up with this guy!!!!!!! also my 6 year old g-daughter was not in a car set,harford county md. is hard on this , me too!!!
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don't know what to do, cause of my g- kids.plus he has my daughter on pills, from a dr.keeps her mind in a daze!!!!
Hello.Her first step needs to be to get an attorney. If she cannot afford one, she should apply for the public defender. Her attorney can try to cut a deal with the prosecutor where she would testify against him for immunity (because she has made false statements to police officers), but she has to be willing and has to be credible. Because it will be hard for her to sound credible when she has told two different stories, unless he is going to admit what he did. If she refuses to testify against him, then an attorney can put the case on at trial or try to work out a plea deal for her that does not involve jail time. But because of the differing statements and the underlying family issues, a lawyer will be best equipped to handle the problems.As for the house, if you want him out, you will need to take him to rent court. If you go to the rent court in your county, there are usually preprinted complaints that you can use to begin the eviction process.
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