You probably shouldn't be providing details on a public forum. For this kind of charge you could be facing serious prison time or deferred adjudication. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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You cant talk or reason your way out of this. You need an attorney. If your wife is the only witness, they can't prove it if she invokes her right against self-incrimination. She could have consequences for that however.
Trying to solve this problem on your own is like taking vitamins to beat cancer.
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A public place on line like avvo is not the proper place to air out the dirty laundry. Many prosecutors know that avvo exists and they, too, can read what is said here. And, it can be subpoenaed.
What you need to do is to get a good criminal defense lawyer to sit down with you and give you an evaluation of your situation and advice specific to your situation.
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Well, you hire an experienced defense attorney. If you are not already indicted, an attorney may be able to prevent that. If you do get indicted, your attorney will work the case with the prosecutor from there. Dallas County has an open file policy. So the DA will give your attorney copies of all of their evidence and make an offer. Your attorney will review the evidence with you and evaluate the offer. Eventually, you'll either come to a plea agreement or have a trial.
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