Police station telling me domestic enhancer to battery can only be charged within 28 days of incident. They say the battery incident can still be charged. Is this true? I was under the impression it’s 28 days to make an arrest, not to add the domestic enhancer
As has already been stated in response to previous posts, this is not correct, but repeatedly posting on free Q & A website isn't going to change anything. All police departments in WI are required to have a process for accepting citizen complaints. File one. Write a letter to the DA. Write a letter to editor of your local paper. If you have the means, hire a lawyer to pursue the filing of a John Doe proceeding. Spinning yourself up on the web isn't going to change anything.
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