If person was arrested for felanie and brought to other court as misdemeanor and is truly a false arrest, but complainant doesnt want to get a civil suit so is supplying more fake evidence, how can an atty get it dismissed in motions? what can he write or use to convince the DA or judge ? are motions meant to over ride the DA and ask the judge for judgemnet? Can judge view the ev idence to see if its truly false and not cost me trial fees? can atty use evdence in a meeting ith DA and is that normal procedure to establish his complainant is lying to keep out of a civil suit? Of does it need to got to trial . How mch lee way is given to DA to dismiss a case?
Criminal Defense Attorney
I, and I am sure many other lawyers, have been faced with this dilemna many times. Truth is only what is believed by the trier of fact, either the judge or a jury at trial. However, there have been times when I was able to convince the DA that the complainant was lying without the need to go to trial. I have even gotten the complainant arrested for filing false charges. It takes work, time and luck. Hire an attorney who is willing to go the extra mile.
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First, this is a criminal matter and it does not work the way you think. If a person is arrested and accused of a crime then he should hire a criminal defense lawyer and fight the case. What you seem to think is that if some one just talks to the da it will be resolved . very unlikely use avvo to hire a good criminal lawyer in nassau county
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This is not grounds for a dismissal. Your lawyer is suppossed to know how to represent you.
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