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Asked on: 6/16/13, 8:26 pm

My husband was arrested for domestic violence. He is in custody arraignment Tuesday. I have been interviewing with attorney's all day trying to figure out who to retain. My question is two fold. First I had filed a restraining order against my husband because I was told to do it by the sheriff. I was told by one attorney that he will get the restraining order reduced to a no negative contact order and it won't be a problem. We have a little boy. Is that true? He also told me that he can get my husbands bail reduced so that he can get out of there. Charges are felonies. We had a situation that got completely out of control, and I was just as involved as he was. We never had an altercation before. Not excusing him. He needs anger management as well. I get it. The attorney told me my husband would be able to come home on Tuesday after court. Does that sound right? I just want to make sure I don't write a big check because of puffed up statements just so they can get my case. Thank you.

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