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How to unmask your accuser as a liar (and win your case in court without a lawyer)

Jun 10, 2021
What kind of person is

your

accuser

if you are facing any criminal charge that involves any unlawful, illegal interaction between you and another person, whether of a sexual nature or if that person accused you of physically harming them in some way or vandalizing their property? ? Again, these are crimes between people, generally speaking, you have actually hurt another person. Actually, I'm not so much referring to a drug possession

case

, which is probably a topic for another video. I'm talking specifically about a specific person or people. You are being accused of something embarrassing, humiliating, and illegal, such as sexual assault or a similar accusation.
how to unmask your accuser as a liar and win your case in court without a lawyer
Well, the prosecutor's

case

is going to be based primarily, not exclusively, but primarily, on the credibility, the credibility of the

accuser

and how this person thinks this. The person will be up to par in

court

. Will there be a sympathetic witness? Is the jury going to empathize with them instead of the opposite? Does this person excuse the language? Is this person a

liar

? Does this person have a reputation or a chain? There are false accusations behind them or they are histrionic. Is he the kind of person a jury wouldn't want a place of trust in? So, these are three tips on how to deal with that, how to deal with an accuser, specifically, how to show the government. to the prosecutor in

your

case that the accuser is not really a trustworthy or credible person doing this in some other videos for people who simply do not have the financial resources at that time to hire a

lawyer

or maybe you do have a

lawyer

but you are doing your own homework and you are taking an active role in your defense, but maybe this is something you want to discuss with your attorney, but primarily this type of video is for someone who doesn't have an attorney.
how to unmask your accuser as a liar and win your case in court without a lawyer

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They want a state-appointed attorney. They think they can do it alone. I don't recommend it, but each is fine, so here's tip number one. Do not intimidate the accuser. Do not contact the accuser. There are many important reasons for this mainly. You do not know? They say the first rule of holes is to stop digging. You're just going to dig yourself a deeper hole if you contact this person, pressure them to not continue with their accusation or even that you know what you think is gentle. Pushing them could be interpreted by the prosecutor by the police by the government as witness intimidation, which is yet another criminal charge that you will have to face if you engage in that behavior, so let's say that doesn't even happen, let's say that it doesn't happen. nothing arises from the fact that you approach the accuser.
how to unmask your accuser as a liar and win your case in court without a lawyer
I will tell you that even without the witness intimidation charge that could arise from that, generally speaking, I mean, in almost every case in a Delta of this nature, there is an order of protection. I can't contact the victim, the complaining witness, let's say okay, then you would be violating that protective order if you do that, let's say, let's take it away, let's all assume that none of that is a risk, let's say that nothing untoward could happen to you. contact the complaining witness, which I have never seen, the problem is that whatever you continue to say to that person even if you don't contact the police and say you are trying to pressure them, that is all that can be cited by the prosecutor, I mean, if it's texting back and forth or whatever it may be, even if you think you're helping your case by doing it, maybe explain to the person, they have to understand that that's just There will be more evidence now, a lot of evidence that He seems exculpatory, which means he might make you think he could help you.
how to unmask your accuser as a liar and win your case in court without a lawyer
You know it could be interpreted in the opposite direction. Additionally, the prosecutor could take a series of text messages that you believe are helping your case to the complaining witness and he can tell you. that actually helps, maybe show awareness of guilt or whatever just don't talk to them, okay, if you have a lawyer, see the lawyer, talk to me, that's not something you should get involved in, you should face your case of forehead. So, like I said, stop digging a bigger hole than you already have by incurring this criminal charge and let's move on to tip number two.
Now some of this may sound a little Machiavellian, okay, you have to understand that I am a criminal defender. attorney, my top priority in every case is to help ensure that my client is not convicted at all, if that's not possible because the evidence is absolutely overwhelming, then minimize as much as possible avoiding jail, avoiding, you know, a probation prolonged, that sort of thing. that's the mindset I'm coming from what I'm about to tell you what I'm about to tell you, you're probably going to want a private investigator, you know, private investigators aren't as expensive as they used to be.
Due to the pre-internet market there were very few methods to dig up another person and the internet has its limitations, sometimes you want to go the extra mile and get a private investigator, they will probably work with you on the fee or the private investigator market is quite saturated For a private investigator, this is fundamentally important because, As I said before, the prosecutors' case is based on the credibility of the accuser, so the accuser has a history of lying and making up accusations against people that do not result in any type of criminal conviction. Prosecutors will have a hard time convincing the jury that, regardless of what the accuser says about you, that you groped or committed sexually illicit conduct against your will, you know that, at the end of the day, the jury is the that determines the facts they are investigating. the ones who decide if something happened or not, so the prosecutors witness has to be someone they can believe and a private investigator could shed light on previous incidents where such false accusations were made and that can be very strong evidence. powerful and the reason for that is double number one if your case goes to trial now.
I wouldn't recommend questioning a witness if you don't know the rules of evidence. That's why I always say that it is better to have an experienced criminal defense attorney and even someone else. who handles these types of accusations significantly not only part-time, but if you are going to get involved in it, if you are going to be the one to interrogate the accuser, the person who is accusing you of groping or any illegal conduct against them. past accusations that have been made of this type anything that reflects badly on your honesty and your credibility you will be able to accuse accuse means to erode the credibility of that witness in front of the jury accuse your pet, that's why it's called impeaching the credibility of the witness, okay, Is this person a drug addict?
Does this person have felony convictions? Now you have to understand that the prosecutor will defend his witness to the core, they will object to irrelevant objections, blah blah blah, okay, you have to be prepared to I hate to say it, but I mean you have to understand the consequences of falling, for example , for a sexual crime. I mean, you're talking about a lifetime sex offender registry and in the vast majority of states that I'm based in California, currently having a lifetime sex offender registry, it's embarrassing as hell, people can find you on line and see what you did and make your life miserable, so you have to understand the repercussions of committing this type of crime, you can't play, you have to leave. the extra mile and you have to accumulate, you know, within the limits, okay, I'm not any illegal surveillance, I'm not talking about that, I'm just talking about that and then an ethical investigator who can dig up information about this person because Yes you don't, you will have a person, no matter how dishonest they have been in the past, the jury will believe them and unless you can undermine their credibility, that's fine, lastly, I'll end the videos here.
Expanding a little bit actually goes back to what I said before, since this person made other types of accusations it doesn't even necessarily have to be with respect to, for example, whether it is a sexual crime, necessarily about whether they have accused someone in your civil context. You know they've filed frivolous lawsuits, falsely accused your employer or business partner or something, you need to see if there's a history of doing those things because, at the end of the day, the jury has to be convinced beyond a reasonable doubt, that It is the highest standard. In the country now, the only thing I want to summarize here is how important it is to show this to the prosecutor.
Now there are some lawyers who don't think it's a good idea and want to keep it, in other words, they want to ambush the prosecutor with last minute evidence that indicts the accuser. I personally don't subscribe to them and the reason for this is that many times, in most cases, you will probably be dealing with a prosecutor who was just trying to do his job. I know it's hard to believe, but that has been my experience and I have been able to discover many problems with the credibility of the witnesses of the accusers against my clients and the prosecutor, you know you don't want any, in general, they are not interested.
By locking you up if you're innocent, I mean, it doesn't do them any good, at the end of the day, you know that Hat scandals and false convictions can arise, and by trying to overturn the conviction, they generally won an ironclad case. so you might as well give the prosecutor any evidence you have that this person has trouble telling the truth, obviously the downside to this is that although some prosecutors will try to rehabilitate their witnesses, they will make their testimony so ironclad. however it is possible to train them, I think you have to do a risk-benefit analysis at the end of the day, the risk of that is less than the benefit of the probability that the prosecutor will simply dismiss the case entirely or at least minimize it. to something where you don't have to face something daunting like being on the Lifetime sex offender registry or even if that's not the case, but having a conviction on your record, I mean, try to get a job like that, try to get a job with a violent crime conviction, tell me how it works out for you because generally speaking, it's not okay, so these have been three basic tips for digging up dirt on your accuser and uncovering any history of lying.
You should know what kind of person he is. The accuser is thanks for watching.

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