My question involves restraining orders in the State of:Florida
My soon-to-be ex-wife filed a frivolous domestic accusation against me. A temporary order was issued against me. I am in the process of preparing my defense for the domestic violence case and during this process, my lawyer deposed my wife, during the de position my wife presented several pictures which were addressing the alleged domestic violence episode. The pictures were not related to the domestic violence case, in fact, they were taken five months before the alleged incident. During the deposition and under oath, she reaffirmed that the pictures were taken right after the domestic violence episode. That's the only proof that she claims to have.
I was wondering what I can do in order to:
(1) Minimize any potential negative ramification that the domestic violence might have on myself. Needless to say, the episode has been embarrassing enough since the police went to serve me at my condominium, my office, my country-club, and my gym since I was traveling on business for two weeks until I went to pick up the servicing documents at the police station. Furthermore, it seems that the case is moving beyond the civil stage since I received a call from a police officer that claimed that there was a new development and that an officer wanted to talk to me and he was extremely vague when I asked me what the new development was and whether or not I should expect an arrest.
(2) Utilize the under-oat deposition in order to unleash all the legal consequences associated to committing perjury for my wife.
Needless to say, any help would be more than appreciated during this difficult and stressing times and I hope that any potential learnings could be used for others in a similar situation.