.My ex-husbands current wife has had me arrested for solicitation to commit vandalism.

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.My ex-husbands current wife has had me arrested for solicitation to commit vandalism.

My ex-husbands current wife has had me arrested for solicitation to commit vandalism. First she tried to have me charged with solicitation to commit murder. The charge was reduced to solicitation to commit vandalism. She is saying I tried to pay someone to scratch her car. This woman is crazy. She is trying to get an order of protection against me she told the magistrate that I sexually assaulted her. But in the papers it says nothing about assault none of the paperwork makes any sense. But I still had to post bond on the solicitation charge. I have been to court twice on the order of p

Asked on May 12, 2009 under Criminal Law, Tennessee

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MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 13 years ago | Contributor

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Make sure you explain:

1. The history behind this.

2. Bring any evidence you have to refute hers.

3.  Be brutallly honest with your attorney -- he or she won't like surprises. 


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