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Posted almost 2 years ago.

thank you so much for your time and energy respeonding and your advice, trust me this whole situation is completly tramatic to me as well, they have been keeping me out of alot of things there have been alot of dead ends when i have asked for answers and tried communication with his mental health case worker, his probation officer, and also now the prison, they are not answering my questions and it is becoming very frustrating when i am the one paying his bills and have the stress of that on my plate too. i think im going to research a defense attorney asap. in all honesty i think some major laws are being broken and infringments of his rights are as well furthermore since him and i are a gay couple that may have something to do with it as well...

Christopher Edward Ezold
Christopher Edward Ezold, Health Care Lawyer - Bala Cynwyd, PA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

One problem you may be having is that you are not yet married, so health care providers and law enforcement may not be allowed to provide you certain information. You should definitely contact a local attorney; one who is near the courthouse and in court every day on involuntary commitment and mental health issues as well as criminal issues will likely be your best bet.

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Posted almost 2 years ago.

That is what i am doing as we speak, i know all of these things, i know that the best bet for my fiance and i as to adventuallly (asap) have a power of attorney paper drawn up, what gets me is that even made arrangements to go see him and when i arrived they then told me that he was unable to be seen, and i had asked why, all they told me was that where he was placed he didnt have the right to visitors, when asked where he was placed they did not answer, and said he had done something inappropriate, in my opinion he should have never been placed into jail in the first place with them knowing he had mental issues and this was the whole reason he was on probation in the first place, further more, he hadnt really broken probation, i had called 911 because he was not responding very well to me and when the ambulance crew came he could respond enough to turn down treatment, after the probabtion officers came they never read him his miranda rights even though they said he was under arrest. and they never took him to the hospital for treatment even after me calling them and explaining in full detail what was going on.