Archive for September, 2014

Credibility assessment wins the day in domestic assault trial

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In a case in which my client was acquitted of numerous serious domestic violence charges, the judge found serious credibility issues with the complainant in the case.  Read the article here.

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When criminal charges are used as a weapon in family court

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I’ve seen it too many times: Criminal charges being used by a spouse to gain leverage over his or her partner in family court. Unfortunately, this happens in far too many cases where the charges are simply false. The allegations are typically a claim of assault, sexual assault, or criminal harassment alleged to have been perpetrated against either the spouse making the allegation or against the children of the now disintegrating relationship.

For the unfortunate partner on the receiving end of these false allegations, he or she usually ends ...

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