How would I legally acknowledge that the allegations made against me are false?
A statement may be put onto a written document such as a letter, which qualifies the person signing as exempt from the content to the extent that it may be interpreted as containing admissions or other interpretations which could later be used against him or her; or as otherwise affecting any legal rights of the principal of, or the person signing. Such a statement may take many forms, such as stating that the signing of the statement is not an admission of liability or guilt or an admission to the truth of the allegations contained therein. I am prohibited from giving legal advice, this service provides inforation of a general nature. I suggest contacting a local atotrney who can review all of the facts and documents involved.
For further discussion, please see:http://www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/W/Withoutprejudice.aspx
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