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    You will know this guy in 4 years more than you do now in 4 months. I realise you are in love and think he's the greatest, but please go into this with your eyes wide open. Good Luck today, let us know how you go.

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    If you have your kids anywhere near this man you need to find out what he's been charged with. No burying your head in the sand thinking whatever happens happens. You have an obligation to your kids to keep them safe. What if he was charged with a child related crime.

    i hope the reason you haven't posted for a while is because you decided to go to court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naboo View Post
    If you have your kids anywhere near this man you need to find out what he's been charged with. No burying your head in the sand thinking whatever happens happens. You have an obligation to your kids to keep them safe. What if he was charged with a child related crime.

    i hope the reason you haven't posted for a while is because you decided to go to court.
    Not just child related crimes. What is he is abusive to his previous partners? What if he is charged with murder? What about major fraud? Does he know your bank account details? Are you sure he hasn't got copies of your ID etc?

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    Default Re: Partner in Custody.

    I'm sorry to say this but his mother has to know something or she'd be at court!
    I think she might be hiding something from you.
    Go to court and find out. Cause if it's something bad you have a right to know.
    If you don't go it'll drive you mad.
    You've only known him for 4 months, he could be anybody! Love can be blind...

    Goodluck op hope I'm wrong for your sake!! Xo


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    Default Partner in Custody.

    I agree with everyone else you need to hear what the charges are!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I haven't been in this situation. I can tell you from professional experience that extradition is only reserved for very, very serious matters. I realise that is not helpful exactly, but I just want you to prepare yourself. I hope it is all a terrible mistake though, and all works out for you. Sending you massive
    I haven't read through this all yet, but I also know this to be true. Usually it has to be at least a serious indictable offence, otherwise the authorities will usually let the warrant sit there and apprehend the person when they enter the state. I'll keep reading.

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    Please give us an update...

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    Default Partner in Custody.

    Which state has he been extradited to? I'm not sure of the term watch house but does that mean he is still in the police cells??
    If you cant get hold of him until he enters a correctional facility and you're unsure of his whereabouts after that time, usually they will offer a phone call through a welfare worker or reception committee and will advise a family member or next of kin of his whereabouts. Even if he is on protection when he is sent there he should have access to phone calls etc, via their own phone account which money can be placed on.
    I have my fingers crossed for you OP. too many times I have seen families and partners burnt and totally shocked when I have to discuss the nature of someone's offending. If you don't get answers from him soon, i would walk. You need to go to court at the first available opportunity and hear what the charges are, then work from there.
    I'm still an optimist. Prison definitely changes even the nicest person, but sometimes people still change. If this is something that occurred a while ago then it's possible it was a mistake and he did something when he was younger. I would tread very carefully from this point on.

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    Default Partner in Custody.

    Also, most correctional departments have a general enquiries number which will at least confirm where he is. I don't know about any others but NSW is (02) 8346 1310. Mon to fri though.

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    Default Partner in Custody.

    What an intense and traumatic situation. I can't imagine.


 

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