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someonewhocares

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« on: May 18, 2005, 09:07:36 AM »
I will try to make a very long story short. To start it off my brother filed for custody in 2003, we all went to court and he was got custody in 2004. His ex-wife filed a motion to vacate judgment, at that time the judge was going thru some personal problems and took over 2 months to make a judgment. She gave custody to my brothers ex-wife.

The ex-wife lives with her parents and her baby, second kid not my brothers, and sometimes her brother's family lives there and her sister's family. So sometimes around 9 or 10 people in the house. The ex has been going out alot and running around with a bad crowd.

My question is the other day her friend that she was running around with about a month ago came up to my brother and told him that if he needed her to go to court with him she would. She told him that the ex has been on drugs for quite a while and was "poping pills the day of court" she also stated that the ex is never home and is always running around without the children.

1. Is this grounds for an emergency order?

2. What about the witness, she is not the greatest witness out there. She has had issues with the law, whit child abuse was not convicted, state droped all charges.

We live in Oklahoma.

Thank you


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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2005, 09:23:26 AM »
>1. Is this grounds for an emergency order?

If you could get a credible witness to testify to the mother's drug use, that would be grounds. But, as you state that this witness has credibility problems, and may have her own agenda, I'd say your case is insufficient at the moment.

>2. What about the witness, she is not the greatest witness out
>there. She has had issues with the law, whit child abuse was
>not convicted, state droped all charges.

See above.

 

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