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We were able to get the charges dropped so that Nathan could go back to his girlfriend and kids.
Because Nathan was charged with a felony, he was scared that he would have to spend time in prison. Nathan and his girlfriend also have two children together and were worried that he would not be able to see them anymore
Nathan B. was with his longtime girlfriend when they got into an argument outside of a bar. After fighting for a while Nathan was accused of pushing his girlfriend, causing her to fall into a bench. She cut her face and was transported to the hospital, where she had to get stitches. Nathan was then arrested and charged with felony domestic violence for aggravated battery causing great bodily harm.
During the pre-filing stages of the case, we talked to Nathan’s girlfriend to get her perspective on the issue. She said that she was just as at fault as Nathan in the argument, and she was drunk at the time and did not remember anything that happened. Given the fact she was in a drunken blackout state when these events allegedly occurred, her testimony was unreliable. She signed a waiver of prosecution to show that she did not want to press charges.
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