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What to do if you’ve been accused of sexual assault

When a sexual assault allegation is made against you, there are several steps you can take to protect yourself from further harm.

First and foremost, you need to be sure that the person making the allegation isn’t lying.

That’s because if you are accused of being the sexual predator, then the accused may be able to say something that incriminates you.

That may be a lie.

But that doesn’t mean the accused is innocent.

Even if the accused doesn’t admit it, the accused might be able claim that you didn’t want the incident to happen in the first place.

If you have been accused, you might feel uncomfortable with this statement.

So what can you do?

Here are some of the ways to protect your self.

Take the first step: Tell the truth.

There are several reasons why you should tell the truth, according to a report by the University of California at Davis.

First, if you want to maintain your innocence, you don’t want to be believed by someone else.

Second, if the alleged sexual assault is true, you should want to make it clear that you did not want to have sex with the person who accused you.

Third, if it is the first time you’ve had sex, you can’t simply say you didn, even if you were drunk.

You have to make sure you’re telling the truth to the best of your ability, according the report.

If the person accused of the sexual assault has said something that is untrue, the accusation will not be dismissed as false.

It will be considered an admission of guilt.

But you don`t have to tell the entire truth to maintain the presumption of innocence.

If, however, you are telling the entire story, then you should be careful about how you phrase it.

For example, if your accuser says that she kissed you and you thought you were having sex with her, then that’s not enough.

You can say, “It was just kissing, didn’t it?” or “I felt your breath on my neck.”

That way, you make it seem that the accuser was lying, rather than making it look like she’s just lying to get out of paying for a drink or getting married.

You don’t have to say, “[S]he was kissing me, didn`t she?”

This doesn`t mean you should stop saying that.

But if your story sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

The best advice for your self-defense is to remember that the first line of defense is the truth and to never give in to your attacker’s desperate attempts to discredit you.

If there`s a chance that you could be falsely accused, and you have a clear conscience, you will probably say the truth regardless of the risk to yourself or others.

Be careful when making statements to the media about the alleged assault.

If your accuser is not telling the whole truth, the accusers lawyer can claim that the statement was made in an attempt to hurt your reputation.

If that is true and your story is backed up by evidence, the accuser may have a case.

But be aware that it’s very hard to prove the accusation against someone who is not even charged with a crime.

Keep your feelings to yourself.

If someone has made false accusations, then your response is not to ignore the accusation.

If it’s true, then why are you continuing to talk about it?

It’s not about protecting yourself.

It’s about making sure you are protecting others.

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