Five Famous Cases of the Wrongfully Accused

The consequences of wrongful convictions are devastating, and false accusations often dog victims for the rest of their lives. False criminal charges can negatively impact one’s employment and general reputation; it is imperative to contact a lawyer to defend your case as quickly as possible. Consider these five cases of wrongful persecution:

ANNE BOLEYN 

When Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry the VIII, failed to produce a male heir, the king and his advisors accused her of adultery and treason in an effort to negate their marriage. Members of the king’s court were interrogated and even tortured into admitting to affairs with the queen. Anne and four other men were executed for their alleged crimes. 

 

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