Yes, she does know.
On the paperwork, her written declaration is attached. Is that the "abstract"?
Is contacting her over 2 days after 7 months of zero contact considered harassment, and not just an argument?
She has no proof of me vandalizing her car, and I can produce witness statements verifying my whereabouts. Should I do that. Also, She states that the harassment was via phone, but my bill proves that she is the one that called me.
Okay, and I should not bring up our romantic involvement, just the proof that we were close friends, and not strangers with my ex in common?
My phone bill clearly shows that it was two days by text, and I know for a fact that I never threatened her any type of harm. It also shows that I did not contact her at all after she called me 5 times on 4/1/13 to date.
One last thing. I believe it will be dropped also. Is it appropriate for me to ask the judge to expunge everything from showing up on my record?
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