Absolutely! Hopefully the police were called for the prior incident and/or their are witnesses.
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Of course...you can bring up anything that is relevant to the incident....
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A good criminal defense attorney will make sure to substantiate her earlier injuries (with witnesses, medical records, testimony). If she is lying about those injuries, then she cannot be trusted with anything -- this is what the jury needs to know.
You should talk to a criminal defense attorney as soon as you can.
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