Your post describes a situation but fails to ask any question. You should discuss the facts that you have presented to your attorney so that your defense can be appropriately presented at trial.
Speak with your criminal defense lawyer and stay away from her forever. She is bad news.
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Hire a criminal defense lawyer and give him/her as much detail on your ex' medical condition as it can be used to undermine her credibility.
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Proper documentation and evidence assembled by our defense counsel should yield positive results if what you say can be shown.
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