Conspired by both my own wife and her the neighbor, in order to get my wife the upper hand on child custody, due to me telling my wife I wanted a divorce earlier that week. I got booked for something that did not happen, but one year later ex-sponged, at great expenses...however it set tone, that would not seem to go away in family law court issues... I called the attorney general's office to report and investigate abuse done by this wife's testimony (of a DEA agent). But got rudely Stonewalled, So whom, can I contact in the government" the good o boys" to investigate to prove this false actions taking against me? Or just thank God that she didn't come to criminal court to testify against me even though she was summon to show
You posted your question in the probate section of AVVO and it seems more appropriate somewhere else where a criminal attorney might be more helpful.
You have a civil matter that could morph into a family law matter and also needs the attention of a criminal defense attorney. You are going about this in the wrong way. Seek legal counsel that can help.
The facts of your case are a bit confusing as presented above. I would recommend, as my colleagues have provided in their answers, to seek legal counsel and have an in-depth consultation.
Have your attorney contact the same prosecutor's office where you were being charged to request they open up an investigation of the allegations. Because the woman is married to a DEA Agent is really of no relevance.
I would talk to a lawyer before talking to some government "good ol' boys."
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