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She went ahead and registered the baby without him so his name is ***** ***** the certificate.
He was tried for the d/v whilst on remand and got 6 weeks but as his away they found him guilty and fined him and he is appealing.
Whilst he was on bail and told to stay away from her which he did for a couple of weeks she consistently called came around without the baby went willingly shopping drives and hotels with my son if she couldn't get hold of him then she would change and become quite nasty saying he or the family would not see the baby she asked him to come to her house so he could have the baby but I think it could have been some set up because when he arrived she started giving him excuses he kicked in her door took the baby for 7 hours he went to his auntie house the police were calling as at the time the baby was only 10 weeks old he was arrested I was told that if his name was on the birth certificate they wouldn't have done anything but his name wasn't so he has been charged with kidnapping
Hi all I want is a honest answer to the question I have asked twice now my son has served or would have served 6 months the time the case goes to crown court in July, he is pleading not guilty what are his chances of a release?
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Hi what are the options to get his name on the birth certificate as the mother is going to be difficult
Hi so what you are saying is that although she has told him/us that it's my son's child and he took the baby without her consent to a relative of mine and the baby was returned unharmed that is considered kidnapping even though we/my son had the baby overnight a couple of times? So should I prepare for a custodial and if so how long considering he has served 6 months already?
Hi I have been speaking to his solicitors but my son wanted an idea of what to expect as it's not straight forward and she had asked him to keep the baby for a while that day we are just waiting for his mobile where the messages are. Thanks for your help on the matter