My client was on probation and arrested for a new stalking charge against his grandson. While in prison, my client allegedly received a letter from his sister telling him he she had guardianship over his grandson and he was not welcome around the grandson anymore.
The state couldn’t prove my client had ever received or read this letter. When my client got out of prison, he went to his grandson’s school to eat lunch with him. He signed in at school and there was nothing preventing him from doing so. He gave his grandson some birthday money and left. When his sister found out she called law enforcement.
Law enforcement then alleged that a white vehicle had been seen around the bus stop of the grandson on numerous occasions and my client was stalking the grandson. There was no other description of the vehicle or who was seen driving it. Furthermore, there wasn’t any evidence that the grandson was ever afraid of my client. Not only did I win the probation revocation against the stalking charge, but also the judge yelled at the officer and said it was the worst investigation he had ever seen. My client was released the same day.