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Visitation Issues / Motion for visitation denied
« on: Sep 19, 2012, 07:48:18 PM »
I'll keept this brief:

A dear friend was falsly accused of a crime, & since has not been allowed any contact with his children.  After a long battle against the charges, he signed a deferred prosecution agreement.  He did NOT admit guilt in the agreement & he had the agreement reviewed by two lawyers because he refused to sign anything that would hinder his chance for visitaion with his children. 

His divorce decree says when there is a final resolution of the criminal case, he can bring a motion to modify visitaion.  The judge did not consider the deferred prosecution final, and would not hear the case. 

Has anybody had experience with this?  & if so, is there any course of action he can take at this point?

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