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hi, he has a lawyer and he has asked me to do this letter in support for him. he has pleaded guilty to all charges that includes other charges like disqualified driver, burglary and this is his first assault charges.
im not a person of great words or know the first thing to put down on paper. please do me a sample and i can maybe add things i know of his character.
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX one out and see how you wou
sorry, didnt finish what i was gonna say - i will write one out and see how you think about it for me please.
To the judge
My Partner (xxxx) and I have been together foe 8 years and we have 5 children who we look after. My partner (xxxx) is not a bad person,but has been having problems lately. His children and I miss him and we are struggling without him at home.
During the 8yrs in our relationship,(xxxx) has been proven to be a loyal,loving,caring and dedicated father aswel a genuine character as being a supportive partner around families & friends and to his work.
He has now been in jail on remand for over a month, and i think he is learning a lesson. I have forgiven him for the assault and we are going to have more counselling about Anger management and relationship. I hope you will let him out so we can raise our family and i know with all that has happened he will come out a better person.
please check and correct it if you want.
some of it dont make sense - please correct any grammar!
i guess so.
how can they help
i could do that - i could ask to put a memo for me to the judge yes?
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