Domestic Violence

In situations where a couple may be in the midst of a divorce or having disputes involving money or other matters, false accusations of domestic violence may be made by one person against another. Unfortunately, these situations are very common, and can sometimes ruin a person’s life in many ways. If you want to ensure you protect yourself against these types of serious false allegations, here are some ways to do so.

Gathering Evidence to Refute Allegations
Whenever false allegations of domestic violence are made against an individual, it is crucial they gather as much evidence as possible to refute the allegations. In many cases, this can include audio recordings, videos, emails, text messages, photos, and anything else that can help show your side of the story.

Witness Testimony
While in the majority of cases those making false accusations of domestic violence are careful to do so without the presence of witnesses, it may still be possible for you to locate people who can corroborate your story. By being able to locate those who may have been nearby when the alleged violence took place, they can testify under oath on your behalf, helping to strengthen your case.

Demonstrating Motivation
In many situations where these types of false allegations are made, there are often other factors at work. Very often, these allegations arise as a couple is getting divorced and such issues as child custody, child and spousal support, and other matters are being negotiated. Because of this, it will be extremely important for you to be able to demonstrate motivation that would prompt your spouse or significant other to make these allegations.

Proving Your Character
If you have no prior record of domestic violence and no prior criminal history of any acts of violence against others, this will add to your case. To help even more%2