The TRO complaint block is as followings;
The victim stated she was engaged in an argument with the defendant over ending their relationship. During this arguement the victum said the defendant was going back to his father's house and then come back to shoot her. The victim believes the defendant has some type of firearm at his father's house. (End of Statement) Being as there are no witnesses how will she be able to prove her statement? What defense does Brandon has to prove he did not threaten her? From what Brandon has told me there was no problem with the break up until she discovered the engage ring ($7,000.00) missing and that Brandon that had taken it back Can Brandon use this in his defense?
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