Loudoun CPS - Critically question the accusers (Monica and Christopher Zveare)




False accusations occur at an alarming rate within the legal system.  With the lack of stringent controls on what type of  evidence is allowed into evidence, it is vitally important to question the accusing adults. The accusing adults will always provide contradicting stories.

Monica Zveare, pictured above,  is a prime example of why you need to question the accusing adults thoroughly.  Zveare , at least,  made four false accusations prior to her final accusation.   She did not inform CPS or Detective Wayne Promisel  of the prior accusations.  It is critical to learn this type of information early on. You may have to learn this information from source other than CPS. CPS will only present evidence that confirms their bias.

In fact ,  with the case involving Zveare this information was learned from the child’s pediatrician, not the CPS worker. Your attorney should speak with everyone who is involved in the child’s life.  This means teachers, parents of the child friends and medical professionals.

Christopher Zveare, pictured above, also provided erroneous information to support Ms. Zveare.   The Zveare’s could not coordinate their testimony regarding nightmares,  the subject of nightmares will always be mentioned during a false allegation case. You and your attorney must document any and all discrepancies in the accuser’s testimony. CPS knows only one strategy to win their case, nightmares play a big role in their strategy.

In order to question the accusing adults, you must have their original statements made to CPS and any detectives. Do not depend on the testimony of the CPS worker or detective, you want to see the original statements made to the authorities. You need to acquire  the official notes of the social worker and the Loudoun Detective involved in the case. Your attorney must obtain every document created for the case.


Loudoun CPS - Question the accusers (Monica and Christopher Zveare)