I have 23 years of excellent teaching reputation love my kids as they are my world. A divorce was forced on me March 2011. I lost my wife that I loved to her old boyfriend and gained 50% physical and legal custody for 3 years of two kids 6 years old boy and 12 years old girl where they spend one week with me and one week with my ex with a daily call to the other person. I also got a restraining against me fr my ex boyfriend. after 3 years of ongoing fights with my ex and husband, after 75 visits to the therapies, after my 12 day trip overseas and when I told my ex of my marriage on Dec 29, 2012 upon landing at the airport March 6, 2013, my ex and her husband fabricated an evil plan and accused of touching my son in his private area. Court issued an OFP for 7 month where I saw my kids on the weekend under supervised parenting, the case turned criminal. I lost everything medical coverage, my job, my new wife was pregnant , also in light of court ruling twice not believing me, I had to leave abroad so that my wife delivers. I have now two american kids and desperate to regain my life back and justice to my case...Lawyer insist that I must show up to trial...but I do not go jail w. DO
The only way to deal with this is to get the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area for help with this case. If there is a warrant it needs to get lifter by you (and your lawyer) making an appearance and defending yourself.
You need a lawyer. Courts have ruled that obstructing legal process requires some type of physical interference with the officers as they perform their official duties. Merely refusing to answer a question may not meet the physical element. These cases are complicated and tough to beat. That's why it's critical that you retain an experienced lawyer to help you.
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