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Yes, it is easy to make false accusations and most cops will arrest the accused and then let someone else figure out if an assault really happened. A skilled criminal attorney knows how to develop the case and cross examine witnesses to bring out the truth. Howver, anyone who goes to trial takes their chances as sometimes, the truth is never understood.
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