Satawa Law Releases Guidelines of What To Do If Falsely Accused of a Crime

Being falsely accused is never a positive experience. If this were to happen to you don't panic. Visit the firm website, and fill out the contact form, email the firm, or call the number listed. You are not alone, contact Satawa Law.

Satawa Law, PLLC has released a free tip sheet to help Individuals accused of a criminal act. Cut through the clutter and get to the most important aspects of what to do when you have been falsely accused. The full list of tips can be found on the company’s blog site,

Some of the most effective tips include:

1st – Keep Yourself in Check and Talk to No One. The old adage of ‘what you say can be used against you’ applies, so best not to say anything, at all.

2nd – Select An Experienced Attorney such as Satawa Law. Due to the gravity of criminal charges it is critical that you engage a law firm specializing in criminal law, and more this is especially so when dealing with accusations of a sexual nature.

3rd – Establish a Timeline. It is imperative that a chronology of events is documented while still fresh in the mind. The more that is documented the more that your legal counsel can use in your defense.

When asked about the reasons behind the tip sheet, Mark Satawa, Attorney At Law of Satawa Law, PLLC said,

“Regardless of the reasoning behind a false allegation, being falsely accused of such a horrific thing can lead to all sorts of negative consequences, so it’s important that you know what to do in the event that this happens to you.”

Any false accusation of a crime can be devastating, and regardless of the specifics of the accusation the tips addressed in the tip sheet apply. The context of the tip sheet relate specifically to one of the most embarrassing accusations there is… being falsely accused of a sex crime.

It’s no secret that sexual assault is terrible – one of the worst crimes that anyone can ever commit. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the worst crimes to ever be falsely accused of committing. And being false accused of these offenses can be so easy. Frequently it just takes one person’s word, and then you are charged in a she said/he said situation. What do you do? How do you show that you did not do this? How do you prove a negative?

To reiterate, regardless of the accusation specifics that may apply, the tips that are included in the blog are of utmost value to the reader.

The tip sheet is available for free and Individuals accused of a criminal act. are encouraged to share the tips with others who find the information useful. The tips can be reviewed at .

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