if my ex wife commits a crime against me , is this grounds to have alimoney reconsidered ?
We cannot give legal advice. The following is not a substitute for the advice of a local attorney. But we hope the information will be useful.
Yes, it would seem a crime being committed against you (for which she was convicted) would constitute "changed circumstances" which would raise the occasion for reassessment of court orders regarding alimony. You would need to consult with a local attorney to undertake this action, because it would be heavily reliant on a technical, case-law dependent argument. Good luck.