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What if an incident report has incorrect information? Topic: Default in case statement
June 25, 2019 / By Aggi
Question: I've been cited with harassment. I've asked a que stion before concerning this, but worded wrong...I admit to apologizing to this person when asked to stop, but I requested the police report that states I made statements to the officer, that I didn't. I didn't say anything to him,and only wanted to talk in court. Anyway the person lied in their statement as well. I only apologized to them, and it says much more. I don't deny apologizing when asked to stop,but is the police report of lies going to affect me also? I have stopped talking to them, now that the officer said my actions were harassment. I don't feel I should plead guilty, if someone is being untruthful about some things,they say I've done. Help! Also in the report it says the person has no proof of these other things,(because they're not true) and they obtained my personal info for the officer,because I used to work for them(a lie) they got my personal info from their mom who works in human resources, at a department store neither one of us work at anymore. Tell me what right either one of them have to that info?
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Tiernan Tiernan | 1 day ago
First of all, a police report is just an official documentation, and it doesn't prove anything. A police report simply states what the other person told the officer. Best thing is to have other witnesses, (eye witnesses) that may have been there. Don't be calling, going around, or contacting the other party in any way. Also, until things blow over try to always have someone with you whenever possible so that they can be a witness, if necessary. The burden of proof will be on the party who had you arrested. They'll have to prove by a preponderance of evidence, (which is the burden of proof that must be met in a misdemeanor case) that you actually did what you were accused of doing. If you don't have eye witnesses that are willing to go to court with you, then it will basically be your word against their word. Even if the officer lied, a good lawyer will be able to trip him up. I've seen cases thrown out on technicalities because a police officer didn't properly tense the verbs in a police report. The most important thing to remember in court is be calm and polite. Don't have any emotional reactions because it will work against you. In domestic-type cases, lawyers and judges will intentionally say things to instigate your temper. This works against you in court, and they will try it so be prepared. If the other person who filed the charges against you gets emotional it will work against them. Also, the other party may not even show up for court, and if they don't, in most states you win by default. I see a lot of these cases dismissed before going to court.
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Rain Originally Answered: Can you get in trouble for including correct information with incorrect citation through SafeAssign?
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