A criminal complaint has been filed against me charging me with contempt of court - protective order in CA. So clearly, the city attorney's office must have felt the evidence was sufficient to proceed and I have been notified to appear at an arraignment. If I did vandalize his vehicle, but there were no witnesses, how likely is it that he could prove its me regardless of the fact that he "feels certain that it was me."? Even if I was the person that did it, wouldn't they have to provide more than just circumstantial evidence? Will I be taken into custody at the arraignment even if they cannot conclusively prove it was me?
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