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Does this woman have a criminal case against anyone?

Does this woman have a criminal case against anyone? Topic: Criminal case stories
June 26, 2019 / By Lyndsey
Question: here's the story: this man meets this fairly attractive young woman, spends the night with her, she starts following him here and there and generally behaving as though she is now his girlfriend. the two of them are in a pub one day when another bloke starts trying to pick her up. so her supposed boyfriend takes this guy out back and says you'd better think fast before i put a hurting on you coz that's my girl you're messing with, so the guy hands him a wad of cash and says how about you keep this and pretend you don't care what i'm doing. so being rather drunk and out of sorts he keeps the money and acts like he can't see what's happening. well the woman gets wind of what happened later on and she's right pissed off. she says she is going to go to the cops and have this guy prosecuted for trying to turn her out, as if he's a pimp or something. what's the chances she could be successful if she does report this as a crime?
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Originally Answered: Does this woman have a criminal case against anyone?
You most definetly want to talk to the DA or prosecutor about this, maybe even a criminal lawyer you may know. By doing that the person's defense lawyer may be able to raise the speculation in court that the "witnesses" are being paid to testify against his/her client, which would then raise an admissibility issue as to their testimony. And if the subject of a "reward" so to speak is come up in Court the Judge may even dismiss the case due to credibility issues of the witnesses, as they are being "paid" in a way.
Originally Answered: Does this woman have a criminal case against anyone?
You can check with the local district attorney's office, chief of police, and victim's advocate. One of these should be able to help you with that. As far as how much money it would take it depends on the potential witnesses. if a crack head saw something it would not take much. If it was a working single mother living in the neighborhood worried about repercussions it will take considerably more.

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