False accusations in Lubbock domestic violence cases are relatively common. People may feel inclined to falsely accuse someone of domestic violence out of revenge. People may also feel the need to protect their own rights once a person realizes that police may be involved and the situation could potentially become serious. Other people may want to falsely accuse someone of domestic violence if they want to get custody of children, house, and other things.

If you believe that you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, speak with an experienced attorney today. A Lubbock domestic violence lawyer may be able to help you deal with this complicated matter.

Maintaining Innocence

The person should let the attorney figure out what part of the story needs to be told, how it needs to be told, and when and where it needs to be told. A person should not let their emotions get the best of them by taking matters into their own hands. Doing so could potentially complicate a case for the defense.

A person should always consult with an attorney if they have been accused or charged with a crime.

Potential Consequences

Some of the biggest consequences a person could face involve relationships that could be restricted or terminated. This becomes increasingly difficult if the case involves children. Other consequences which may include loss money, property, and possessions tend to come up with these types of cases.

Compiling Evidence

There is a lot of evidence that could be considered in domestic violence cases. Everything may depend on the facts of that domestic violence case as well as the history of restraining orders or things that ahve happened outside of the offense involving both parties.

Evidence can also include the physical side of the things, like a bodily injury that can be shown in some way. Lawyers also look at issues of character for a person and whether they have shown good character or bad character in the past, and whether that had anything to do with this situation.

They also look at the situation itself and evidence regarding who initiated the first act of physical violence. It all depends on the type of case that a person has. A person could also enquire about how the police reacted and whether that reaction was in a way that is appropriate, follows the laws of the land, and protects everybody’s rights.

Presenting Evidence

A lawyer present evidence in different ways when they are negotiating with the district attorney before trial. Attorneys are a little strategic about what they talk to the prosecution about, but some things they may want to wait on in case the case goes to trial. Essentially, the defense lawyer is trying to show the district attorney what they may need to see in order to come to an offer that makes sense in this type of situation.

If the case makes it to a trial, evidence can be presented to the judge or the jury, depending on who the fact-finder is. There could be documents, business records, medical records, police reports, jail calls, videos, tape recordings, photographs, etc.

The state is trying to prove beyond a reasonable doubt each element of the offense and the defense is trying to cast a shadow of doubt on all and each of those pieces of evidence that have been entered to show the completion of that offense. They do this through people as well as through documents and other visual types of evidence.