Well, the police were called out because of what other people heard going on. When everything calm down; my baby father decided to take our son for a walk to calm down; and as he was walking out to lock up the apartment...the 3 cops rush him with our son still in his hands. He told them...please, let me put my son down and I will cooperate with you. They refused his request and push his whole body ( while still holding my son; so he won’t get hurt) into someone door ...causing his face to slam against the door...cutting his face open along with our son face getting slam against the door as well. They lied to both of us; and said we never did it. They twisted their stories around and add more charge because I refuse to let them take pictures. One of the police threaten to take my child from me; if I didn’t give up my information to the other police that was writing this down. What should I do? Also, the charges that was added were domestic violence, obstructing arrests and child endangerment. Thank you! I need advice ASAP.
You and the father each need separate attornies. The is serious and will not go aware. As for no witnesses, someone heard something and called. They are witnesses.
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It sounds like they had some evidence.
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