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Asked on: 6/17/13, 11:06 am

My son's mother is falsly accussing me of breaking into her car and says she has witnesses. I was home and my girlfriend can account to what I did that day. What do I do to prove my innocence?

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Answered on: 6/17/13, 12:52 pm by Anthony Roach

Are you facing criminal charges? You've posted this in family law, but just mentioned a threat. Obviously if something goes to court, you have your girlfriend appear in court and testify as to your whereabouts. But she cannot testify as to your whereabouts forever.


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Answered on: 6/18/13, 11:42 pm by John Laurie

Have you been charged with a crime? If not is this related to some sort of hearing? Need more information. If you need representation feel free to call my office. 818 345 0123

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