Re: My Ex-Wife Made a False Report and Charges Have Been Filed Against Me
First, can you PROVE through objective evidence or a clear confession that your ex-wife knowingly and intentionally made up a story to the police in order to get you into trouble? If your only "proof" is that no charges were filed or that you were found "not guilty" then this is hardly clear evidence and the odds of prevailing in a civil suit are slim, and the odds of the DA being convinced to pursue criminal charges is remote, at best.
You will need clear and convincing proof of her knowing and intentional falsehood to be able to get a court or a prosecutor to take action. This is a rather high standard to meet, and these sorts of prosecutions are exceedingly rare. A civil suit requires a lower burden of proof, but courts will be reluctant to pursue claims against exes as it might serve to discourage other legitimate victims from coming forth if they believe they can be sued if their allegations are not pursued.
So, what did she say you did? And, what proof do you have that she made all of this up?
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