Religion is irrelevant -- what is relevant is proof. All that matters in court is what you can prove, not what you believe. If you assert they are lying, it is your burden to prove that assertion. To do this requires experience and knowledge of procedural and substantive law -- in short, if you have a bad attorney, fire him or her and hire another.
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