A local business woman got into a dispute with her estranged husband that resulted in her being arrested for “domestic violence”. She was charged with one count of criminal damage to property. The district attorney’s office offered her to resolve the case through what is known as a “diversion program”. She hired Tom Bath […]
Our client had a bad break up with his fiancé. She made allegations of stalking and the district attorney’s office filed misdemeanor charges. The matter was set for trial. Just weeks before trial the district attorney’s office upped the charges to felony stalking. The matter was re-set for trial for April 11, 2016. Less […]
In separate matters involving separate clients prosecutors in Johnson and Franklin Counties charge clients with “domestic violence” offenses. Neither client had any priors and both refused plea negotiations. Bath & Edmonds filed jury trial demands in both matters and litigated the cases filing pre trial motions. Ultimately, the results in both cases was the same: […]
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