Do you know the difference between "can" and "does," little girl? And I don't recall forcing anyone to divorce me. Your daddy must be polluting your sad little mind.<quoted text>
Any injury that requires hospitalization most certainly can fit the requirement of serious physical harm. It's funny how your story changes. When you are trying to justify your forcing her to divorce you, she was this horrific drunk who caused a car crash that terribly injured another person. Now, when someone suggests the mother of your son committed a felony, it was just a DUI. You never disappoint, Nate.
Let me put it this way, kid...she still has her phony baloney state job. Felons don't get to keep those.
No way are you a lawyer.