Have you been falsely accused of a crime?
There is nothing worse than being falsely accused of a crime. Maybe you were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Maybe an eyewitness has a faulty memory. Maybe a jealous or angry person from your past is maliciously accusing you of something you did not do. Unfortunately, false allegations happen more than we’d like to think. Although the American criminal justice system works more often that it doesn’t, there are occasions when individuals who are falsely accused end up in prison or paying steep fines for something they did not ever do. The best way to avoid this unfair and unjust outcome is to seek out a skilled and experienced defense attorney immediately.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN FALSELY ACCUSED, CASEY D. Wallis CAN HELP
Michelle D. Wallis is committed to safeguarding the rights of those who may be facing false charges. If you are falsely accused of a crime, it doesn’t change the way the case is handled. Don’t think that because you are innocent, you are safe and in no need of legal representation. In some cases, there might be even a greater need for an aggressive lawyer when someone is truly innocent of all charges.
If you are accused of a crime you did not commit, we recommend that you do not talk to law enforcement or give permission for a search of your property or person until after you have secured a lawyer.
If we are able to get charges dismissed, you may be able to file a counter-suit in civil court against the person who brought the false charges against you in the first place. Each case is unique, and through discussion and negotiation, we can determine what is best for you. If you do decide to file counter-charges in a civil court, Michelle D. Wallis can help with that, too. Call her at 559-713-6363. She will fight to prove your innocence.