Re: Reporting Criminal Activity and Failure to Protect My Rights
I'm confused ... was this a civil case? Were you suing the ex-girlfriend for something?
Quoting trebor lenoroc
Or, did you report the crime to the police, the state prosecuted her, and she was found not guilty or the charges were dismissed because the evidence was insufficient?
In a criminal prosecution YOU don't have to show anything - the state has that obligation, not you. If you were suing her, then it was not a prosecution, she was the defendant and you were the plaintiff. And if suing pro per then you are expected to perform as an attorney would in the courtroom and if you failed to properly submit evidence or properly format motions, that's your bad. The judge does not have to give you leeway because you chose to act as your attorney.
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