Move away and do not contact her. Ever. She's a danger to your freedom and to your future. That's the best way to deal with it.
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I'm sorry for your situation. Being in a marriage where you fear you'll be falsely accused of a crime must be very painful.
The truth is that you can't prevent her from making these allegations. You can leave your wife, as another attorney suggested, but that doesn't prevent her from making false allegations. You can try to get her help for her medical/psychological problems, if you think they're at the root of this behavior, but that doesn't mean she'll stop this behavior. Ultimately, she can make those false claims, and then you can seek remedies after the fact.
Given your circumstances, these answers probably don't make you feel any better about your situation. Good luck.
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If she iscalling you, use a answering machine or voice mail- Or report it to the police for permission to record. If necessary divorce her and subpeona her medical reports for a restraining order. Even Smokey the bear says stamp out smoking embers to avoid a forest fire.
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