When the judge asks me why I repeatedly called him from a blocked number?
What is the best answer I could give?
That I wanted to get back at him for revenge? That I really wanted to talk to him and go back to the way we were?
- Anonymous7 months agoFavorite Answer
No matter how ignorant, and pathetic you will sound, tell the truth. Perjury is a crime. Just tell the judge that you made all the annoying phone calls to your ex because you're a crazy bit©h and you wanted to hear his voice. You know he can't stand you, and wants nothing to do with you, but you can't get over him. Now you are trying to get some kind of contact with him again, so you are shamelessly bothering his mother. You threatened her, and him with your silly letter, hoping he would contact you. They want nothing to do with you. Your obsession is insane, and the judge very well may jail you, because you are dangerous. Have you no shame?
- FoofaLv 77 months ago
Your best bet is to get into therapy before your court appearance and tell the judge that you’re being responsible about your mental illness and getting the help you so desperately need.
- FireplaceLv 67 months ago
Tell him the true reason and then stop calling judges, they don't like it. How the heck did you get a judge's number anyway?
- bluebellbkkLv 77 months ago
But why were you 'repeatedly calling' a judge anyway?
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- capitalgentlemanLv 77 months ago
If you are talking to a judge, just tell the truth. Doing anything else is not only illegal, but, pretty dumb as well.
- JuanBLv 77 months ago
Go straight into an honest apology. Maybe include how stupid you are.
Anything else, including lies, will just make it worse.
- Pearl LLv 77 months ago
tell hirn you rnissed hirn but i would stop calling so you dont get into rnore trouble
- gLv 77 months ago
You could try for honesty - you weren't thinking clearly in your desperation to contact him. Have you had any counseling, mental health care? If not, you should
- Anonymous7 months ago
Why would that be a crime other than if he's trying to get a restraining order? If that's the case, saying you did it for revenge is definitely a bad answer. Your best bet is appealing to their sympathy and saying you love him or your heart is broken, something like that. Then again I'm no lawyer!
- Katie MLv 77 months ago
Tell the truth. Or is it that bad?