What To Do When Falsely Accused?

 
ElizabethA
 
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02 December 2008 14:57
 

Does anyone have any idea how to behave after you’ve been falsely accused of a crime by a loved one?  I’m fairly confident no one here will tell me to turn the other cheek. An ex-beau is convinced I broke into his apartment and stole some of his belongings (he won’t even tell me what was taken) and I am so completely devastated and angry I have no idea how to respond to the allegations. I just cry. Is there anyone here who A.) gives a shit and B.) has any advice on how to proceed with my dignity intact? He has already tried to appeal to my “soul” which is really offensive to me.

 
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02 December 2008 16:59
 

Thanks so much. I had a feeling that was what I needed to do,but have never been involved in anything even remotely like this so thanks for the advice. I really appreciate your taking the time to answer. Be well….

 
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02 December 2008 19:14
 
teuchter - 02 December 2008 08:53 PM

Yeah, I do.  I’m a certified specialist in criminal law, so my advise isn’t going to help you feel better, or smooth things over with anyone, but please take it seriously.
1.  Find a good lawyer.
2.  Don’t talk to the police; tell them you want your lawyer present.
3.  Assuming you have already denied everything to everyone, stop talking to anyone.  Just say, “It’s too painful.  I won’t talk about it.”
Let us know if there is anything else we can do.

Since you’re offering a little casual advice here, constable ... if you’re so inclined, after you’ve denied everything (as appropriate) and secured the services of a lawyer, etc, can you then, if confronted, add some improvisations like “Fuck off you pathetic asshole.” or maybe “If you want my attention at least be man/woman enough to let me know ... so I can just tell you to kiss my ass, you sorry, tiny-schlong-compensating, simpering excuse for an adult, and we can dispense with all this tiresome, whiny, adolescent bullshit.”

Eh?

No?

 
 
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02 December 2008 19:38
 

Yes,thank you. And your knowledge of the size of his anatomy is dead on. wink

 
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02 December 2008 20:42
 

I can’t make any promises as to the results of that second suggestion.

I just know it works when my mom gets irritating.

 
 
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03 December 2008 12:48
 

Well I certainly appreciate the consideration you’ve given my situation. And just to make you a little sicker- this guy IS AN ATTORNEY HIMSELF!