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Step  2

  1. Get a binder and label it as follows 

    1. Charges 

    2. Police records 

    3. Sheriff records

    4. Create 911 transcripts 

    5. Create Court hearing transcripts 

Here we go- Let the fun begin!!
      "Fiverr"  Is an online platform to help with multiple things, and one thing they can help with is your legal case. Find someone that can transcribe your audio file for you. Once you get that, you want to put that in your folder. 


2. Once you have everything: read through all the evidence, find the holes in the story, make a sheet and write down the contradictions, site to the page number, if there is not a page number, then number your documents so you and anyone else can easily find what your referencing. 


3. Extract key pages (by making a copy) and begin to organize the information according to the date.


Make a calendar using each document. Or Even a chart: 

  • Date 

  • Report

  • Key information

   Your Story is also called an "affidavit" is for your attorney to understand what happened as far as the allegations, so they can better approach the District attorney with the information. It's also your backbone, you no longer have to tell the story again, you can now prove it. If your attorney sees that you are informed about the law, they are less likely to treat your case with laziness. 

      The attorney in the beginning will want to know some of the situation, remember he is only going to get the discovery and the charges when he speaks to the DA at first, so that encounter will not be about the case per se' unless you have your affidavit written before you meet him or her. 

                 a. If you found other information about the "alleged victim" make note to that. [holes in the victims story] write a separate letter [affidavit] about what happened maybe some stuff from the past, there history, other people that will testify to their behavior. This document is to help YOUR ATTORNEY better understand the situation, it's not evidence. 

                 b. If you found information about the District attorney that maybe a conflict [tab -DA CONFLICT]

                 c. If you have a witness, have them write out what they remember. This is not evidence, but it will show you can get this information. typically your attorney will have an investigator speak to them. However if you can create a large of enough doubt that you did not do it, you can save yourself the embarrassment of having to involve others simply by showing you can have them testify. 

                 d. If you found some case studies that a Supreme Court or another court already tried and the case is similar to yours, [tab that - case in relation]

                 e. Statistics are also great reference, we found some statistics about victims lying about abuse. So look for things that can help your case. 

        In the meantime reach out to us and we can begin to help YOU organize your case and write out your documentation in a clean and clear fashion. Move onto Step 3

         Our Goal is to empower YOU  and help you understand how to understand the law for the future, we hope you will be an advocate for others including friends and family and teach them everything you learn. It's the only way we can force the system to take notice and stop bulling people. 

Articles to Reference that may or may not apply to your case.


Ways Defendants Can Prove They Have Been Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence

  1. Discredit the Accuser – A good domestic battery lawyer researches every aspect of a case and will identify where the victim’s testimony is too unreliable, inconsistent, or implausible to sustain a conviction.

  2. Compile Evidence Favorable to the Defendant – Character witnesses, photos, written communications with the accuser, and other evidence can be gathered to show that you have no track record of this behavior.


Once you have all this information, 


C. Write out the alleged victims part. Write out behind the scene information, things like what they do recreationally. Why you are innocent and the parts they left out. This will help us understand your perspective and not just go by the reports. 

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