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The Falsely Accused - Part Two

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Imagine being accused of hurting your wife or beautiful children when you know you hadn’t done anything.  Before you have a chance to tell your side of the story to a judge, you’re taken away in handcuffs and thrown in jail and now you are forced to pay tens of thousands of dollars to prove your innocence.  And if you think this only happens to men, think again.  Women are falsely accused as well and many times their lives are ruined forever because of an angry spouse or ex’s wiliness to hurt you and take your children away from you forever.

No normal thinking person would approve of domestic violence or child abuse, but more times than you might imagine, during a high conflict divorce case, an angry spouse or ex may falsely accuse  their partner of just such abuse as a way to get even.  And although our criminal system is supposedly based on “innocent until proven guilty”, just the opposite is true for those falsely accused of domestic violence or child abuse.

Our guest is Dean Tong, a nationally known forensic trial consultant and Expert witness. He’s appeared on national television and radio programs and is the author of Elusive Innocence.  Dean spends his time protecting the falsely accused and is here today to help us better understand why  someone might falsely accuse another of a crime they didn’t commit and provide tips on how we might protect ourselves from this happening to us. 

Topics discussed include:

  • How Dean works with your attorney to clear your name of false charges
  • What to do if a Personal Protection Order is filed against you
  • How to fight back against false charges
  • What to do if you have been accused of child abuse
  • And much more
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