Mr. T, along with his neigbours Ms. J, Mr. A and Mr. P were lifelong friends, having spent at least 10 years together in the same neighbourhood in north London. The four of them often spent time together after work, and would have drinks in the garden. One night, everything went wrong when Ms. J accused Mr. T of rape, and he was promptly arrested the same night.
Upon contacting us to represent him, our rape lawyers immediately began their own thorough investigation and worked with forensic experts and doctors to determine the truth of what happened that night. Working with forensic experts to study any DNA samples from our client’s clothes, our defence lawyers determined that none of Ms. J’s DNA samples were present – either from skin cells or blood samples. Furthermore, none of our client’s DNA was present on her body either. After obtaining evidence from the prosecution and the police, our rape lawyers determined that the allegation was false, and malicious in nature.
As he was facing false rape allegations, our client was denied bail and was forced to wait in prison while the trials took place. During the trial, our rape lawyers fought fiercely, pointing to the factual evidence obtained that proved our client’s innocence, along with witness statements from his mother, his sisters, and other neighbours. Our client heard Ms. J scream at night and went to her house to see if she was okay. Instead, he stumbled upon her in bed with Mr. P, and he immediately turned to leave. She attacked him as he left, and threatened to report him for false rape allegations.
After the trial, the jury realised that the allegations were completely false, and maliciously filed. They immediately voted to acquit our client, and he walked out of the courtroom a free man.
Dealing with false rape allegations can have devastating consequences, especially when it comes from close friends. False accusations can ruin lives and friendships and can result in you spending time in prison, as bail is refused for more serious allegations, like rape charges. If you or someone you know are in a similar situation, please don’t hesitate to contact us now. We’re here to help, and we’re available 24/7. We’re interested in defending your rights, protecting your interests, and guaranteeing a fair trial. Call us today for a free no-obligation consultation.