My girlfriend texted her ex-husband prior to entering their
My girlfriend texted her ex-husband prior to entering their co-owned property asking that he have her alimony/child support available to pick up. She never entered their home and stayed outside at all times. I was parked in the driveway waiting for her to come back down the outside staircase. I watched her walk down the stairs go under the house, enter into a small wooden gate, shortly afterwards her ex-husband followed going through the same gate. What happened behind the gate, according to her testimony was, she wanted her wooden mermaid wind chime that she got for her birthday, he grabbed her and in defense she struck him with the mermaid. The only thing I saw was him pushing her into a parked golf cart, her trying to fight him off. I proceeded to get out of the car walked towards him asked him to please leave her alone, saying, "you have to let her go". He took a couple steps towards me and punched me in the face, I then bent over and grabbed my face shouting 'you broke my nose'. When I looked up again he was manhandling her again. I again said, leave her alone, this time he, tackled me to the ground. I was on my back he was on top of me, I proceeded to tell him to leave me alone, at that point my girlfriend jumped on his back to get him off me. Long Story short my girlfriend, after calling 911, was arrested for Aggravated Battery with intent to cause bodily harm. According to his testimony she attached him. She ended up in hospital with a messed up hand and a CAT scan after hitting her head on the pavement after being pushed. He refused medical treatment with minor lacerations to his face, this according to the arrest record by the arresting officer.Question: How do they prove aggravated battery if know one saw the first contact?Was she in her rights as a part owner of the house able to enter the property even after the text messages, they are saying she came with no notice?The arresting officer recorded her statement at the hospital, with out letting her know that she was going to be arrested for Aggravated Battery, is this legal?She has had no priors, is one of the least most violent person I know, how bad is this.Oh, we live in florida.
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My name is***** I am 67yrs.pld. I live in Kansas
My name is***** I am 67yrs.pld. I live in Kansas City,Mo.64132. I have lived just about 30yrs without problems. Back in 1968 I got in trouble with law, and served time(4yrs) of an 8 yr. sentence. Now I'm a home owner. Have been for 10yrs. Since my wife and I have lived My house been vandalize twice. Fortunately no one was hurt. I decided to purchase a pistol to keep in my home for protection. In doing so I quickly found out I could not purchase a pistol because of the incident back in 1968. So I went home,Chiciago in an attempt to have these charges exsponged. I was told after going through the process I would I would hear something in about 3 to 6 months. When I called back, I was told it might be years before I'd get an answer. pay my bills pay my taxes, haven't been in any kind of trouble whatsoever.What else is there for me to do to speed up this process? I can"t fight anymore and the youth do nothing but shoot. All I want is to have the abiity to protect my home and family. When do I stop paying for something I did 40 yrs ago? please help! Trying only to have the right to protect my home and family. Thank you for reading my story.
A person is arrested for aggravated battery but needs psychiatric
A person is arrested for aggravated battery but needs psychiatric help for psychiatric issues. Are the chances for obtaining psychiatric treatment better if the charges stay or are dropped? Is it more likely for the person to receive psychiatric evaluation if the patient has charges imposed on them?
In a criminal case, if a case is set to go to trial in 30days.
In a criminal case, if a case is set to go to trial in 30days. What would drive the state attorney to drop the plea offer( yrs )down significantly. For ex...the first offer was five months prior at 25 followed by 5. Two wks ago, the offer was 15 followed by 5. One week ago, now it's 10yrs(mandatory)