I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
The district attorney typically does not bring charges unless they can believe they have the evidence to prove allegations beyond a reasonable doubt. The problem is, they also put a lot of weight on the testimony of a woman who says she was sexually assaulted. If the district attorney believes her allegations, it is unfortunately possible that they'll bring charges. They can also talk to you and anyone else with knowledge of the situation before bringing charges against you. The thing is, it's up to the jury to decide whether someone is guilty or innocent. The DA doesn't make that decision. So they don't have to consider your statements of innocence when deciding what course of action to take. That unfortunately means that if they believe this woman, you could find yourself charged. I don't want to scare you - but I also don't want to give you a false sense of security, because it could happen.
The fact that two months passed between you having sex and her reporting it (and only after she found out she was pregnant) should weigh in your favor, because that's pretty suspicious timing. But her delay doesn't stop them from filing charges, because Maryland doesn't have a statute of limitations for this.
If you are charged, that doesn't mean you're going to jail. You have a constitutional right to have an attorney represent you at no cost if you cannot afford one. Your attorney will review all the evidence and work out the best possible defense - whether that means painting the woman as somehow who lied because she's married and scared that she got caught, or having you testify that the encounter was consensual, or both. If you have any emails, text messages, or other communications from the woman AFTER you had sex with her where she's talking about having a relationship or something like that, it would help your case significantly. A lawyer can subpoena text messages if you don't have them.
Also note that if the DA presses charges against you and you ultimately get them dismissed, you can sue the woman for malicious prosecution. It's a crime to file a false police report against someone, and you may be able to seek damages for intentionally bringing a false claim against you. Damages can include reimbursement for attorney's fees, if you wind up paying a lawyer.
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