Not so!! You assaulted her!! And if her recorder was up and running at the time of the incident, she can prove it.Tennisdad wrote:Ex recording me.....
As Trevor said, you walked right into her trap. Now you're gonna be fighting a war on two fronts; 1) restraining order and, 2) family court.Tennisdad wrote:In a heated argument I saw something sticking out of her back pocket. I reached for it, recorder fell out, and she started screaming that I attacked her.
Tennisdad wrote:How will the recording be used by her? She can't use it in court. I checked and IL is still a 2 party state.
You're in serious denial, my friend. Assault is one thing. Domestic violence is another. You need to know the difference.Tennisdad wrote:There was minimal contact, no striking, hitting or anything. Is this assault?
You still don't f_ucking get it. NJ's don't just dream this stuff up. Instead, someone with experience, someone who knows the ropes is coaching her. At the very least, that's what you hafta assume from this point forward - and you need to watch your back and prepare your case accordingly.Tennisdad wrote:No idea who would be coaching her though.
Absolutely!! And the GAL will report to the judge details of the recording. Moreover, in addition to the restraining order, the GAL will be writing a nasty report when all is said and done. You can count on it.Tennisdad wrote:Can she play them to a GAL in a custody battle?
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