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I got a public defender and she got the case moved to the criminal courts so we can have a jury trial. She said she doesnt think I will be found guilty that the charges are ridiculous. But at the same time there is not gaurentee in a jury or court. Now the PD called me said father wants me to plea guilty to a few charges and then do community service and call it a day instead of going through a full trial. I dont think I did anything wrong and I dont want a record at the same time Father is currently violating his own court orders!!! I want this to end I want peace but I dont want a record for what I didnt do but I dont want to be found guilty either and face worse penalities. I am thinking father doesnt think he can win and doesnt want to spend the money going to trial.I dont know what to do.....even though I did nothing wrong I am not a risk taker....by pleading guilty I do community service and end this....but then what about fathers current violations I want to file on him its only fair!!! He chose eye doctors without my consent, he put our child on Concerta a dangerous ADD drug and didnt tell me ...he is accusing me of taking our son to lunch during school 18 times last year.....which he knew about!!! Big difference......a part of me wants to just end it and move on just to focus on my son but knowing I didnt nothing wrong and having a record now is crazy, I get upset having a speeding ticket on my record so can you imagine this!!! What do I do what are the long term affects I need to find work I cant have a criminal record now!!! Isnt this a moral or ethical issue? I am a professional ethics are part of my job and background reports are always requested for my field of work.. And then what about his own violations this cant be a one way street. I dont know what to do
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