Mr. J was arrested on charges of malicious communications after his father lodged a complaint against him over the Christmas holiday period. His father alleged that Mr. J had called and messaged him over 100 times in the few days leading up to Christmas, arguing that Mr. J’s step-daughter was being abused by his father. The complainant argued that Mr. J was harassing him, and feared for his safety.
When Mr. J contacted us for our services, our defence lawyers immediately got the ball rolling. As this was a familial matter, the most important step was to speak to friends and family members, and ascertain the nature of their relationship. Our defence lawyers left no stone unturned to uncover and analyse all the evidence gathered and submitted by the prosecution. They discovered the breakdown of relations between Mr. J and his father. By gathering witness and character statements, our lawyers conclusively proved that Mr. J was a father concerned for his child’s safety, and that the claims of harassment were wrongful and malicious in nature.
During the trial, our ldefence solicitors put forth compelling evidence, decisive legal strategies, and a convincing argument that definitively proved our client’s intent in wishing to protect his step-daughter and his concern for her safety. Our defence lawyers also proved that the harassment charges were maliciously made and held no actual truth. Faced with the facts, the jury had no choice but to fully acquit our client of all charges.
Dealing with wrongful allegations, especially when they’re malicious in nature, can be stressful to deal with. If you, or someone you know, is in a similar situation, contact us now. We’re here to defend your rights and protect your interests. Call us today for a free no-obligation consultation, we’re available 24/7.