Generally not as the Police Report itself, without the officer who wrote it appearing in court to identify it, is Hearsay and therefore not admissable as evidence.
Unfortuntately, from time to time Family Court Judges may relax the Rules of Evidence when deciding a Motion or otherwise conducting a hearing. Therefore, you must be prepared to strongly argue that the Rules of Evidence prohibit the consideration of the document, or in the alternative that you retain a strong advocate (attorney) to protect you interests.
Kenneth A. White, Esq.
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In addition to Mr. White's advice, I suggest obtaining from the municipal court a certified copy of the final disposition; and then sharing copies of that disposition with the family court. It is my strong recommendation you retain an attorney. Child custody and visitation issues can easily get extremely complex. I seasoned matrimonial (family law) attorney is your best defense.
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