Philadelphia, PA asked in Criminal Law for Pennsylvania

Q: See why yes did find me on found it in this alleged allegation, but I still had criminal charges. What do I do next.

I just can't understand f c y s investigated if found it unfounded, but the police department saying that still charges. My understanding the same information that was given to c y s was giving to the police and I do understand the police has more resources just want to know what is my next step or what can I do to beat this case

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Mr. Ryan L Hyde
Mr. Ryan L Hyde
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Exton , PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: First, C & Y has a very different burden of proof than the police. Often times they come to different conclusions. Your attorney will be able to review their file to see if there are issues you can use in their defense. Because of the different standards it is not unusual for one agency to take steps that are incongruous with the other agency. Your best best to beat any allegation, is to immediately get an experienced local attorney working on your case. Evidence can change or be lost especially in this type of case. So the sooner you have an attorney the better their ability to help you get a satisfactory outcome.

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