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Hi, I have been accused of criminal damage to a vehicle. An

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Hi, I have been accused of criminal damage to a vehicle. An act which I have not done. I wish to pursue the accuser of false accusations. What can I do?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  tdlawyer replied 3 years ago.

tdlawyer :

Hello, thanks for your question.

tdlawyer :

My name is Tony and I can help you with this.

tdlawyer :

Did the police take steps to pursue you in relation to this?

tdlawyer :

Were you arrested and detained, and wrongfully charged?

JACUSTOMER-45pg2f8l- :

No, they came to my house tonight and took a statement

JACUSTOMER-45pg2f8l- :

a neighbour renting a property who had many 'very noisy' parties have had their rental refused to be renewed after we have (and many other neighbours) complained about the anti-social behaviour, which has never been dealt with by the police. the police it was indicated as an undetectable crime and is likely to go away. However, I am not happy to accept an unsubstantiated accussation. How can I proceed to take action against this false accusation?

JACUSTOMER-45pg2f8l- :

so a take the money and run service!

tdlawyer :

Hello, sorry, it's not a take it and run service. I had a technical issue I've now resolved, my apologies.

tdlawyer :

You could always threaten to sue the person concerned with malicious prosecution, which is where you are likely to be prosecuted due to false evidence and false complaints being made against you.

tdlawyer : Are you there?
tdlawyer :

I am happy to continue this chat with you and explain your options.