I have not been arrested for anything. Robert and I both have job offers in Indiana with the same company and we need these jobs.
This is a Vulnerable Adult case. He has lived with me as a family member for 9 1/2 years.
How do I find out that information.
Is it free to find out
What area of the court house do I go to to look. I never posted a bond
I was not arrested for anything
If the Attorney General's office visited here already with an officer, but I was not arrested for anything does that mean their involvement is most likely over?
Do they have any limited amount of time to prosecute this case or can it go on forever?
Wow! Well, there is nothing to find anyway, because I did not do anything. They will not listen to Robert when he says something good about me, but if they think he might have something negative to say, they are all ears. I was just wondering why?
He has already told them nothing happened. Why aren't they listening to him?
Can the case still be open at the Attorney General's office for three years even if DHS closes the case with me?
Ok. The three month family plan is over on June 11th 2013. Does that mean the case will be closed as well?
Ok. One more question. Can the AG's office request and/or monitor phone records?
Ok. that was just a curiosity question, Sorry. Can I get the case transferred up there to Indiana if I move there before the Family plan is over. Also, do I have to tell them before I move or can I tell them last minute to avoid being harrassed?
So, do I have to finish the family plan first?
Okie dokie. But after the family plan is over, does the case have to be closed before I move or can I leave after the family plan is completed?
Ok. Thank you very much! I appreciate your patience! God Bless!
Ok. Thank you!
P.S. Are you still there? What if I moved but it was only 35 or so miles away, but still in Mississippi?
Ok. Thank you
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