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What to Do If You Are Falsely
Accused of a Crime?
Disclaimer: The contents of this presentation are
general in nature. Please use your discretion while
following them. The author does not guarantee
legal validity of the tips contained herein.
Phone: (800) 889-3129
When you are falsely accused of a crime:
Hire a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
Hiring a lawyer as soon as possible can increase the chances of proving your
Your lawyer can determine if the charges were properly filed, negotiate with the
prosecutor and help you understand your legal rights.
Do not discuss your case with anyone.
• Do not discuss anything related to your case with anyone other than
Gather evidence and witnesses.
• Gather as much evidence as possible and bring it to your lawyer.
• If someone witnessed the situation or knows of your innocence, ask that
individual to share their story with your lawyer.
Stay away from the accuser.
• Do not try to have any conversation with your accuser as it can further
complicate the situation.
• Allow your lawyer to handle the matter.
Have you been falsely accused of a crime?
Contact The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC.
• If you have been falsely accused of a crime, our
experienced criminal defense attorneys can protect your
rights and help you assess your options.
• We will provide an aggressive defense and keep you
informed regarding your case.
The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC
49 Summit Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
201-273-7070 or 800-889-3129