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The Life Altering Effects of Being Wrongfully Accused

The Life Altering Effects of Being Wrongfully Accused


There are few things more life altering than being wrongfully accused of a crime. Not only is the person humiliated, going before many people who believe that they did something that they didn’t, but many times these people’s whole livelihoods are turned upside down. If someone was wrongly accused, they likely experience one of many of the losses involved.

Loss of Job

While many employers will likely deny it, if someone was fired shortly after being wrongfully accused for a crime, there is a chance it occurred because of the accused action. Businesses try to avoid any negative publicity that might get linked to their own name. This means that do not want any bad publicity that may be linked to an employee’s legal accusation.

Loss of Friends

Unfortunately, many people lose friendships over these wrongful accusations. Many will choose not to associate with the person because of the criminal activity they are accused of.

Loss of Family

Like friends, many family members even choose to lose contact with someone because of a wrongful accusation. In some cases, the court will even choose to take children away from parents because of these accusations.

Loss of Time

Whether it is just a few hours spent in a courtroom or the loss of entire years spent behind bars, any minute wasted due to a wrongful accusation is a minute too long. Many have experienced the loss of valuable time with family members and other loved ones because they were withheld while they were being wrongfully accused.

If you were wrongfully accused and you suffered damages from it, you could be entitled to compensation. Contact Richard Fink Law Offices today for a free consultation. We will fight on your side to get you the justice you deserve.

The Life Altering Effects of Being Wrongfully Accused

If you have been charged with a crime and need legal representation, call criminal defense attorney Richard R. Fink. With over 40 years experience in his field, Richard Fink can help you with your legal predicament. Call our office today! Conveniently located in Langhorne and Doylestown. Serving Bucks County, Montgomery County, Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Langhorne, Newtown, Richboro, Warrington, Warminster, Chalfont, and surrounding! Call us now for a free consultation (215) 741-1212.