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Victim of Corporal Injury to spouse/cohabitant and need advice

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Shadowbunny

Queen of the Not-Rights
#16
The Police officers that responded had a child endangerment charge but the first DA that had the case did not file it and I would like to have that charge in place considering the first two time he struck me I was holding my daughter. I have brought this up to the DA handling the case now but have not seen that that charge has been recovered. Any Advice?
The only advice is "be patient." The DA may or may not pursue that charge; there's nothing you can do at this point to influence it either way.

I do hope you have a speedy recovery and that you and your daughter are able to move on successfully.
 


#17
Is it likely that's when he'll be remanded? Or rather that's when a Trial hearing will be decided?
That will start the process that leads to trial. There may be a number of motions filed, etc., prior to the actual trial. His bail and release conditions may also be reviewed/changed at the arraignment.
 
#18
The only advice is "be patient." The DA may or may not pursue that charge; there's nothing you can do at this point to influence it either way.

I do hope you have a speedy recovery and that you and your daughter are able to move on successfully.
Well that kinda sucks but thanks I appreciate the response.
 
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