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My husband and I were arguing he broke
my cell phone. I called the cops cause
I wanted him to calm down. He went to
jail for criminal tresspass. I bonded
him out we are happily married we just
had a argument
Asked on March 5, 2016 under Criminal Law, Georgia
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 7 years ago | Contributor
You really can't do anything. Whether or not to prosecute a case is up to the state and not the victim. So while going forward with the case would be easier with your coperation, it can still proceed. It will be up to the prosecutor as to whether there is enough evidence to bring the case to court. At this point, your husband should retain a criminal law attororney; they can advise him as to what to do.
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