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NSW Accused Partner of Intimidation and Assault - Change My False Statements?

Discussion in 'Criminal Law Forum' started by ph1981, 28 July 2015.

  1. ph1981

    ph1981 Member

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    Hi, I accused my partner of intimidation and assault and gave false statements of what happened as I was under the influence of alcohol and my medicine. Can I change my statement as what I said never happened?
     
  2. Adrasteia

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    You made a statement and signed it under penalty of perjury and have admitted to it here, whatever your excuse is does not change the fact. If you are lucky, the cops may let you change the statement but if it was me, no way, too many people are falsely accused of committing crimes as my wife was and now those that did are in serious trouble for their effort.

    Falsely accusing a person of a crime is outrageous and can lead to all sorts of consequences for them and for you.
     

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