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    Default Contributing to a Suicide Attempt

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: MI

    Can you be held criminally responsible for perceived emotionally abusive actions resulting in another person's attempted suicide?

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    That will depend on the facts.

    Even ignoring the passage of two years, it's not your ex-girlfriend's fault that you're such a wilting flower.

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    Okay thanks for your response, but that's not where I was going. Moreso her own suicide attempt 2 years ago....

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    it's not your ex-girlfriend's fault that you're such a wilting flower.
    On a different level, if psychological trauma sustained through extortion isn't her fault where does that fault lie? Especially for leveraging a crime I wasn't convicted of?

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    All of this crap is tied to your issues with your ex, right? If so, can you please keep it in one master crap thread and stop starting new ones?

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    Will certainly do. I apologize for cluttering your message boards with obfuscate questions actually tied to my own personal interests, its how I've had to go about gleaning any more information.

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    You should discuss your personal interests with your psychiatrist.

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    You should discuss your personal interests with your psychiatrist.
    Or, alternatively, clutter another legal forum with his obsessions...

    http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/in...-from-witness/

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    Or, alternatively, clutter another legal forum with his obsessions...

    http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/in...-from-witness/
    you certainly found that quickly.

    If the purpose of this website isn't to help people understand the specifics of legal workings better, pertaining to their personal interests, what is it for? I understand that the circumstances of my own behaviors, the scenario in question, and my many questions have inspired some contempt. But there is relevance to the law here, not just psychiatry.

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    Or, alternatively, clutter another legal forum with his obsessions...

    http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/in...-from-witness/
    It may have become an obsession to you as well if it nearly landed you in prison for 40 years, took away your entire livelihood as a result, along with your sanity. But you'd never know that until you faced a similar situation.

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    Your obsession with your ex-girlfriend is not a legal issue -- it's a psychiatric issue.

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    Please be aware that many of the responders here respond on multiple boards, thus making it very easy to find the same question asked multiple times.

    It may have become an obsession to you as well if it nearly landed you in prison for 40 years The operative word being, nearly. It didn't. You don't get legal recourse over something that didn't happen.

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