Can You Be Charged in a “He Said, She Said” Case in Wisconsin?

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You CAN be charged in a “he said, she said” case in Wisconsin. If enough people in the jury believe one person’s word, this is enough to convict the other of a crime. The presumption of innocence is often disregarded and thrown out the window by jurors in cases like these. Do not make the mistake of thinking a “he-said, she-said” accusation is not a big deal. If you face such a claim, contact our office today at 608-401-4507 to see how we can help you defend your case.

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