I am not dumb just not an attorney yet and I realize you know more than I will ever know about law but please for my sake read the below which includes some state and constitutional law threads.
1. First to set the record of this nightmare straight, the fact is the entire ordeal was a conspiracy
between my x, her sister, and her attorney at her attorneys office and they used my father as a go between and he is the one who told me what they said I had to do to be released and gave him the paper for me to sign. So. I have a wittiness that will provide all the details in his affidavit as further evidence to support what I am saying or have said. I also still have the original of the paper I was force to sign, wet signatures. I have did a lot of research on this and I understand you are and attorney but I dare say you would not do something like was done to me for money or anything else to even a dog. I found out from a criminal
attorney that there is no statute of limitations on filing charges again individuals who have committed a crime. Therefore I am filing a police report
on everything illegally done to me by these criminals which constitutes or can come close to constituting a criminal act. (Pleas advice if you can) Below are some of the issues I want to deal with and yes there are more but this is enough for now. Please read and give me your opinion (agree or disagree and why), thanks…
2. I first feel like this was violation of my Due Process rights which protects individuals from this sort of thing happening in the first place one being forced to sit in jail without an order which supports all of the things I had to agree to before being released. I did everything the judge order within two days and was in jail for seven days, pending my x agreeing I had abided by all which was in the paper I was forced to sign.
3. I feel this has elements which could fall under the category of Malicious Prosecution; I mean the elements fit pretty well although I was executed not prosecuted because there was no judge involved. Our Supreme Court
has this to say about that subject: The elements of malicious prosecution are (1) the institution or continuation of original judicial proceedings; (2) by or at the instance of the defendant; (3) termination of such proceedings in plaintiff's favor; (4) malice in instituting such proceedings; (5) lack of probable cause
; and (6) resulting injury or damage. Law, 368 S.C. at 435, 629 S.E.2d at 648. In this cause of action, malice is "the deliberate intentional doing of a wrongful act without just cause or excuse." Eaves v. Broad River Elec. Coop., Inc., 277 S.C. 475, 479, 289 S.E.2d 414, 416 (1982) (internal quotation omitted). It does not necessarily mean a defendant acted out of spite, revenge, or with a malignant disposition. Law, 368 S.C. at 437, 629 S.E.2d at 649. Malice also may proceed from an ill-regulated mind which is not sufficiently cautious before causing injury to another person. Moreover, malice may be implied where the evidence reveals a disregard of the consequences of an injurious act, without reference to any special injury that may be inflicted on another person. Malice also may be implied in the doing of an illegal act for one's own gratification or purpose without regard to the rights of others or the injury which may be inflicted on another person. In an action for malicious prosecution, malice may be inferred from a lack of probable cause to institute the prosecution. Id. (emphases added).
4. I feel this has elements which could fall under the category of Malicious Prosecution INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE ( Peonage) Summary: Section 1581 of Title 18 makes it unlawful to hold a person in "debt servitude," or peonage, which is closely related to involuntary servitude. Section 1581 prohibits using force, the threat of force, or the threat of legal coercion to compel a person to work against his/her will. In addition, the victim's involuntary servitude must be tied to the payment of a debt.
18 U.S.C. § 1581
(a) Whoever holds or returns any person to a condition of peonage, or arrests any person with the intent of placing him in or returning him to a condition of peonage, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both. If death results from the violation of this section, or if the violation includes kidnapping
or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, the defendant shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for any term of years or life, or both. (b) Whoever obstructs, or attempts to obstruct, or in any way interferes with or prevents the enforcement of this section, shall be liable to the penalties prescribed in subsection (a). Involuntary Servitude Summary: Section 1584 of Title 18 makes it unlawful to hold a person in a condition of slavery, that is, a condition of compulsory service or labor against his/her will. A Section 1584 conviction requir