What does Charge THEFT/CONTROL <$500/PRIOR -INFORMATION- and THEFT/UNAUTHD CON/<$500 -COMPLAINT- mean?
3 attorney answers
This information is best interpreted by an attorney who has full access to the docket and case files. If you are considering filing or involved in a custody dispute, you should hire a lawyer to help you.
Given that this involves the custody of children, it is really something that should be taken very seriously. It is hard to say from the facts provided exactly what your ex husband did. you should really consult with a lawyer who can provide a plan for you for trying to get custody. Many lawyers offer free consultation.
The exact nature and disposition of this this charge cannot be ascertained from the clerk's docket sheet notation. You should review the case file in its entirety. Simply seeing the docket entry will probably not be helpful for you in court. However, a custody case, this is not something you should DIY. You need an attorney to help you handle your custody case.
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