When have I ever insisted on any game being played by my rules?
When you refused to accept any answer that did not contain a list of charges. When you rejected any explanations of how the system worked and what was likely to happen.
No, there was no game put into motion by me. I simply addressed each reply to my post. Everyone was more focused to answer the question the title had been changed to. Everyone was more focused on passing judgement on person B.
Here's a question for you. Did you even try to look up any information or did you just automatically decide to post a snarky comment because of assumptions and judgements that you have formed?
Everyone keeps saying things about how I am being rude, what about every rude response I have received? My responses have been standing up for myself, if that's rude then you're right. Rudest person alive right now. Can't recall a single response that hasn't been rude towards me. Will go back through and reread, if there were any responses that weren't rude I will list them. Chances are, it won't be a very long list.
LegalWriter and Free9man, not rude responses.
Dogmatique, your first response was not rude
You need to recognize that arguments that have not succeed with the police, the prosecutor or two courts are going to suddenly convince the prosecutor who is pressing criminal charges against you to suddenly charge your accuser with a crime. You should work with your lawyer, and focus on the criminal charge you're facing rather than distracting yourself with what come across as revenge fantasies.
I have already stated several times that the final hearing for those charges has been held and that the prosecutor stated to a lawyer involved that the charges will likely be dropped by the judge because of the evidence person B brought forward on the last day of the trial. The lawyer for person B did not bring this evidence to the court until that time.
They are not revenge fantasies. It is seeking justice for the wrong that has happened against person B. Everyone is entitled to real justice.
If a charge is still pending, then it is absolutely untrue that there has been a final hearing.
The lawyer for the other parent is not a party to your criminal prosecution. The lawyer for the other parent is not the prosecutor.
If you truly don't understand any of this, you need to spend some time talking to your lawyer and getting a basic grasp of reality.
Also, here's an update for the earlier comparison of person A to person B. Was way off on the amount of criminal activity...
State 1- 38 criminal charges
State 2- 4 criminal charges
State 3- 7 criminal charges
That is a total of 49 known criminal charges
That is not including multiple probation violations. There are several obstruction of justice charges. A few lying to the police (apparently those are different, never knew, thought they were the same thing). One where person A attacked another with a machete. Drug charge after drug charge. Violent charge after violent charge. A few manufacturing and intent to sell charges. Some possession of crime weapons. Throw in some terroristic threats. A lot of different types of thefts, to include theft by deception.
These child endangering charges were the first criminal charges ever.
Wrong! There has been a final hearing. It was spread over two day. Day one was in June and day two was in July, almost a month apart. Judge was forced to take time to come to a decision because of the ridiculous length of time between the two trial dates. There in fact has been a final hearing.
It was not the lawyer for the other parent, it was a lawyer involved directly with the case who asked the witnesses questions during the trial. There you go assuming stuff again...
Maybe, just maybe, you should actually read what I have posted instead of jumping to conclusions and making the assumptions you have.
Sorry, mistake. Day one was May 22 day two was June 23 for the trial dates. There has been a final hearing.
I'm trying to give you the benefit of the doubt by assuming that you're ignorant and confused, as opposed to flat-out lying to us, but you're making that difficult.