Defending yourself against a criminal charge is possible if you know where to start. There are a few basic defenses that could work in your case, or your attorney may want to help you come up with something more unique for your situation. The two most basic defenses are "I didn't do it," and "I did it, but I shouldn't be held accountable."
Drunk drivers make the roads dangerous for everyone, but not everyone who is stopped for driving under the influence was intentionally driving drunk or even as intoxicated as the tests made them appear. There are many reasons why a test could be inaccurate, and even worse, there are times when medical conditions make people appear to be intoxicated.
If you've been falsely accused of child abuse, there are a few things you should do right away.
Curfew laws are in place to help keep minors off the streets and at home at a reasonable time. The laws prohibit people under 18 from being in public or at a business establishment during particular times of the day, usually between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., although those times differ by city, state and every neighborhood.