How to Fight Sex Abuse Allegations and Win

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Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 21:59:20 -0400 (EDT)
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Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 16:25:08 -0500

False Allegations Of Child Sexual Abuse: What You Should Know
A Free Report By Edward Nichols, MSW, CSW-R

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Report will be sent by return email as an attached file.

Summary of Free Report:
False allegations of child sexual abuse have been called a nuclear weapon in
the arsenal of those who would “win” a court battle at “any” cost. While it
is true that children are indeed sexually abused, it is equally true that
civil and criminal courts are increasingly hearing cases involving false
allegations used as a strategic weapon in a tactical “war”. Moreover,
repeatedly, the research and statistics demonstrate that biological fathers
are least likely to perpetrate the sexual abuse of their children.

Nonetheless, the mere allegation of child sexual abuse triggers a cadre of
partially educated “caseworkers” who launch an “investigation” calling upon
self-styled “experts” to “validate” their often questionable agenda.

In cases of false allegations of child sexual abuse the stakes are high:
ranging from estrangement from one’s children to jail sentences comparable to
those convicted of murder. Thus, this free report presents several components
of defending against the false allegation of child sexual abuse that anyone
in such a position should know. Moreover, it will be particularly helpful to
the attorney representing the falsely accused, or for the falsely accused
attempting to retain an effective attorney. While this report is not legal
advice, the author, as a recognized expert in the area, is presenting
material which, in his experience, is associated with the efficient defense
against the false allegation of child sexual abuse — whether in the earliest
stages, or in a domestic or criminal court action.

About The Author: Edward Nichols is a licensed professional social worker and
psychotherapist who is based in New York City. After nearly 15 years of
private practice, consultation, and retention as an expert witness
nationally, his comprehensive reference volume, False Allegations Of Child
Sexual Abuse: The Attorney’s Desk Reference, was published [N.C.P.I., Inc:
Conway, S.C.-out of print]. This book, reviewed by BNA’s Family Law Reporter
became an instant success and the author was retained as a consultant in a
variety of cases nationally. Today, the author maintains a private practice
of consulting in cases of false allegations and is also available for
evaluations and expert testimony nationally. His revised book, False
Allegations Of Child Sexual Abuse: A Complete Reference For Attorneys And
Clients, is now exclusively available on 3.5 PC diskettes [see order form
at the end of Free Report].

Overview of Free Report: The effective response to false allegations of child
sexual abuse may be divided in seven general areas of concern: [1] An
understanding of the general principles of defense; [2] The effective case
management of all aspects of the allegations and pending legal actions; [3] The ability to accurately assess the accused; [4] A comprehensive
understanding of the indicators of child sexual abuse in actual cases of
abuse; [5] A detailed understanding of how to refute experts and their
opinions, reports and testimony; [6] The knowledge of how to find experts who
will be able to assist at every stage of the defense; and, [7] The knowledge
of how to use the research to expose each and every false aspect of the
allegations. This report elaborates on each of these areas.

The author sincerely hopes that those who are falsely accused and attorneys
who practice in this area take advantage of this Free Report and pass on the

Edward Nichols, MSW, CSW-R

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