Ole_grizzly wrote:My opinion is that he can't understand right from wrong, and has no ability to feel any empathy towards another human being if they're in the way of what he wants.
Ole_grizzly wrote:Hi everyone,
Since it's so immediate, they haven't thought through pressing charges or doing anything except removing him from the home to live with a grandparent to keep the other two younger kids safe. During several episodes he has scoured the house for any weapons, I had my friend move those to my house quite some time ago based on the instability of his step-son. I am wondering/hoping how a DV charge relative to this type of offense would follow him when he's 18 and onto 21. Hopefully he gets his mind right and can become a productive member of society, but this ability to be violent at such a young age is something that frightens me to death. If these personality traits remain or progress, or even back down a little, I feel this situation is applicable to the current legislation regarding firearm restrictions based on DV convictions.
The flip side is that pressing charges such as kidnapping, assault, etc. will further strain their relationship, potentially past the point of reconciliation. What I'm wondering is is there a DV charge/conviction that can follow him once he's an adult? Basically is it worth it, if they press charges but it's either sealed as a juvenile record by default, or likely to be done so because of his young age, then the prevention to future firearm purchases that it could possibly offer is moot.
Any help, prayers, or advice would be appreciated.
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JustaShooter wrote:You sound like you are describing a sociopath.
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