Elusive Innocence: Survival Guide for the Falsely Accused

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Huntington House Publishers, 2002 - Self-Help - 278 pages
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With the rise in divorce and child custody battles, child abuse charges have become a weapon of choice, often times false, and it is these accusations that are tearing apart lives, affecting all involved. The Child Welfare system supposedly designed to help children is actually helping children to destroy their lives. This book affords those falsely accused and their defence attorneys, who often find themselves in a 3-ring circus...juvenile, family and/or criminal courts, a vehicle for countering and defeating abuse allegations. The book is a life jacket for the falsely accused parent and inexperienced attorney. Dean Tong is an internationally known forensic consultant on related child abuse, domestic violence and child custody cases.
 

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
5
MASSACHUSETTS 1980FLORIDA 1994
9
England 1977Ohio 1991
27
Colorado 19841991
39
Texas 19861991
53
A Summary of the Case Studies
61
The Accused
65
The Accuser
69
Fighting Back False Accusations of Child Abuse
143
Fighting Back False Accusations of Domestic Violence
161
A Summary of Problems and Solutions
193
A SelfHelp Guide
203
An Attorneys View
211
APPENDICES
223
How to Choose Your Attorney
229
Attorney Referral List
235

The SAID Syndrome
73
The Child Victim
81
The Dolls
91
The Agencies
101
The Courts
113
A Critical Review
125
E Case Law and False Accusations
241
A Look at Science in the Courtroom
249
G Internet Resources
257
Defense Interrogatories for False Accusers
267
REFERENCES
275
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Tong, author and speaker, helps families involved in child abuse, domestic violence and child custody cases, internationally.

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