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The consequences of untrue domestic violence accusations

Whether you and your spouse have a dispute over how to raise children or how to spend money, couples may disagree on a number of topics. Unfortunately, disputes can lead to fights and false accusations of domestic assault and other offenses. If you have been falsely accused of domestic violence in Lee County, Florida, it is essential to review your rights and the details of your case at once. The law firm of Fried and Fried understands the variety of ways these charges can throw someone's life upside down and how hard it can be for people in this position to stand up for themselves.

From time behind bars to costly fines, domestic assault accusations may carry harsh penalties. However, it is important to recognize the other ways that these allegations may turn your world upside down. For example, your employer, friends or relatives may look at you differently, which can make daily life even more difficult. In fact, these allegations may haunt you for years to come and you may struggle while trying to land a job in the future.

Because domestic violence cases can be viewed so harshly, you may face difficulties while trying to have your side of the story heard in the courtroom. However, if you have been targeted with false domestic assault accusations, it is vital for you to do everything in your ability to prove that the allegations are not true.

If you visit our domestic violence page, you can read more on untrue allegations of domestic violence.

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