Sorry; her false allegations are subtle and far-reaching. They are such that the history of violence towards me is important only as an indication of character, and as a balance against her claim that she fears for the safety of herself and our son. Yes, I asked if I could be pardoned, but my real question was how to present the truth.
Now I am thinking that my question is unfair in that I cannot easily give you all the background knowledge to make a sufficiently informed answer.
This does not mean you have not answered; I am grateful for your answer and I will give a high rating.
Perhaps I am asking too much of the system. But, no, I don't need a pardon! I need her past to be revealed so that risks can be assessed correctly.
I struck her that once in 10 years of marriage.
She hit me perhaps 60 times (including the three blows in front of my mother) with painful force, swung me around by my hair (in front of someone else) pushed me against the wall, spat on me twice in arguments.. and much more.
I do have the six crime numbers in which I am the victim, and I also have audio recordings showing her to be abusing us psychologically.
Will she hit our child? Yes, I am sure she will and probably already has.
[...Mmm..How could she claim harassment if I lose a case? Is that not like saying I was lying; as if my allegations have been proved false?? They could not be.. they are true of course, even if I do not win.. ]
OK, you have answered, thank you. If you would like to add something regarding this last page of mine it would be appreciated, otherwise, thank you again.
The negative face of your answer does not deter me from rating you highly.