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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

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By  friedpwnadge  |  25

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  friedpwnadge  |  25

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  jbuckets_404  |  29

#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  |  29

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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