Derecho Investigations Solves A False Sexual Assault Charge
The Case of a Female Immigrant Relative and a False Accusation
Every legal issue requires a solid case review. Derecho Investigations looked for errors and omissions, contradictions, and invalid procedures to give the legal team a sound foundation on which to create a defense or seek dismissal entirely.
Their client was a legal immigrant - newly naturalized American citizen and company owner. One of his close relatives claimed she was sexually assaulted by him. He was subsequently arrested and prosecuted. The alleged victim was eager for the case to proceed, but the private investigation team realized her story was not believable.
Derecho Investigations interviewed all the family members. The public should remember the job of the police is to prosecute. The private investigator's looks for information, witnesses and evidence that will show innocence.
Utilizing their highly trained principal investigator, they looked for inconsistencies in the case. After numerous interviews with individual family members, they determined the accuser had lied over 90% of the time. The timeline of all the incidents could not have occurred. The "victim's" story was easily proven to be a fabrication, so the accuser was discredited as a reliable witness. This revelation lead to a comprehensive legal review by the prosecution and the charges were ultimately dropped.
On further investigation, they uncovered the accuser's true motivation was to obtain a U-VISA to remain in the country. The accuser was an illegal alien who needed to do something to make sure she could stay in the US.
If you are the victim of a serious crime you can receive an automatic visa, so this is not an uncommon occurrence.
Per Mr. Mann, "If you find yourself charged with a crime, you cannot wait to act. You have a right to your own investigation and the Derecho Investigation team can be there to make sure that not only are all procedures properly followed, and all evidence gathered is accurate, but also to ensure that witnesses are telling the truth and not making up their own fantasy."
"Remember, you need an attorney first, but secondarily you need an investigator. Derecho Investigations has a good track record of uncovering the facts necessary to exonerate clients."
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