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By Anonymous - / Saturday 20 February 2016 12:16 / United States - Chicago
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  militarybrat  |  20

They actually dont need any proof at all. Not in some states. Im going through this issue right now. He said she said. She will always win. I know op said he but same concept.

By  MichaelDeSanta  |  20

Sounds like you're in a dicky situation.

By  friedpwnadge  |  25

After the charges are dropped, go and actually expose yourself to the bastard.

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  friedpwnadge  |  25

To protect the world from devastation, to unite all peoples within our nation, to denounce the evils of truth and love, to extend our reach to the stars above... Team Zoidberg shitposts at the speed of light, down vote me now or prepare to fight! (meowth, that's right!)

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  jbuckets_404  |  31

#7: Def-o-Char doesn't apply when a complaint is filed w/ the police. It's still an (unconfirmed) accusation. Plus you can't counter-sue when you haven't yet been sued yourself, but "only" accused of a crime.

By  jbuckets_404  |  31

Yep, I've been in OP's position: only 1 witness and it's for the complainant. The "victim" (who obviously knew how to "game the system" to said person's advantage) convinced the DA to charge me w/ two occurrences of the same offense; all my attorney could then do was plead me down to only 1 count, so I served 12 months probation w/ a nightly curfew (10PM-6AM) AND sober - as confirmed via random test drug testing. :-( --(Literally) Still Pissed in Wisc

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