Sample Letter to Judge

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Sample Letter to Judge

Recently there are such a number when you are as a crime victim or violation victim probably will write a letter to judge in court.  You probably want to request that the judge issue you a criminal protective order. This matter need to bring to the court and want to finish the problem. Letter to judge is very useful about regard as it can help you in addressing some  your cases through formal business letter writing. It is easy to modify according to your own needs.   

Sample Letter to Judge

[ Sender name]
[ Sender street address]
[City, State, Zip code]
[Email Address]

Dear Judge [Name of the Judge]:

I am the victim advocate for Susan Hernandez in the violation of probation case against Nicole Smith. We are requesting that you remand the defendant to jail.

Susan and her baby have been subjected to nearly a year of unrelenting stalking and torment by the defendant. When Susan first came to our office two and a half months ago, she was already battle worn to the point of despair.

Still, before the last sentencing, Andrea gathered some hope she would be heard. She typed out more than one statement to you carefully presenting the painful details needed for the court to understand the tightening seizure of her life and liberties by the defendant’s near daily obsessive stalking. And she begged you to keep this man out of her life and in custody where he belongs.

The police have also written more than a dozen crime reports on Mrs Nicole Smith’ violations of the domestic violence restraining order. And, in the last four months, Mr. Hernandez has been convicted on three separate occasions of these violations. And still this court has allowed him to be released on probation again and again.

The evidence was piled up long ago that this defendant’s criminal obsession with tormenting Andrea is immune to restraining orders, immune to a judge’s admonitions, unfazed by arrest after arrest, and completely unaffected by any terms of probation.

We feel there are three very alarming risks in this case. One is the defendant’s unrelenting stalking. Two is the court’s inexplicable blindness to the danger of this obsession, and three is the victim’s deepening despair that the remedy of justice will ever be applied.

Please protect this family. Remand the defendant to the maximum sentence in jail, and give this family the time and the freedom to begin to glimpse a normal life again.


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[Your name]

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