What is it like to be arrested, jailed, and prosecuted for Domestic Abuse?
“Busted in Minneapolis”, a Kindle e-book selling for $4.95, takes the readerthrough the gamut of experiences had by someone accused of domestic assault.Understand that Domestic Abuse laws and procedures are the product of apolitical agenda. Normal considerations of fairness and legality do not necessarilyapply here. Yet there are certain conditions that govern the process. Hiring anattorney does not take care of the problem. It helps to have the benefit ofsomeone else’s experience when thrown into this situation.This riveting story takes the reader through the jail experience and the differentarraignments and identifies key decisions that defendants will have to make.Minnesota law declares that Domestic Abuse is a crime against the state, whichmeans that prosecutors will continue to prosecute an accused person even if theaccuser recants. Judges routinely issue “no-contact orders” banishing theaccused from his home for months. The offense is “enhanceable”, which meansthat future offenses (or accusations) of a similar type will be punished moreseverely. And so, growing numbers of people are being sucked into the criminal- justice system.The author was twice arrested and prosecuted for Domestic Abuse. The firsttime, when he was represented by an attorney, this man pled “guilty-