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If a complainant gives statements to the police and other professionals, I don't see how this can be credible or admissible evidence in court if they were under the influence of the time, i.e. drinking, and doing crack cocaine at the same time.
The level of intoxication rendered this person to give intentional false statements that can be proven false.
Now I realize the court or prosecution would hire an expert to testify that some of there statements are valid and that drugs don't necessarily impair judgment recalling certain facts. I don't agree, and the proper thing to do was to bring in this person when there sober.
Can I have her statements thrown out based on this?