You're going to want to hire a criminal defense attorney with experience in domestic violence assault cases, and especially with experience showing that the alleged "victim" is a liar. I have recently handled several cases just like this. You can call me for a free consultation.
In the mean time, you may find it helpful to review a brief article I wrote on assault cases in Oregon: http://www.portlandcriminalattorneyor.com/violent/assault/
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You need to contact an attorney experienced in dealing with family law issues in the Eugene area. You will be able to find one by contacting the Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral Service at 503-684-3763 or toll-free in Oregon at 800-452-7636.
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You need to consult with an attorney, in private. You must remember that not everyone is going to take for granted that the accusations against you are false. You will have to prepare evidence to demonstrate your claims, and an attorney can help you with that. They can also help you practice how to speak in court. Talking about how the place is a "WOMENS TOWN" will not get you very far.
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To answer your specific question of "What do I do?" You go to trial and fight your case. You go to trial with an attorney who knows how to show all those lies at trial.
In the meantime, you should probably stop posting about your case and start talking to attorneys in a confidential setting.
Unfortunately, there is no pre-trial hearing at which you can assert a defense of "she is a liar and the case should be dismissed." Get a lawyer and prepare for trial.
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