If the witness testifies the exact way you describe it happening and you can prove it was her bootprint on the BACK of your pants leg, you have a good chance of winning. Of course, trials are always risky and the judge or jury could like and believe her, and dislike and not believe you. In that case you may lose.
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No one can answer your question for you. Many factors go into a trial that help determine whether or not you will win. For one, there's going to be the jury selection. The jury is very important, if not the most important people in your trial as they are the one who are going to convict you or find you not guilty. Then there is your attorney, are they a good trial attorney, is there a good strategy, a theme, etc. So even though you lay down all your facts, no attorney can tell you how good of changes you may have. However, most attorneys will tell you that generally, the chances of an individual being found guilty is a lot greater than innocent but that too really depends on the case.