After I was falsely accused of a crime that I didn't commit, I realized that I had two options. I could either feel bad for myself and remain depressed, or I could choose to look for the positive and stay hopeful that my accusations would be overturned in court. It was a difficult decision, but I knew that I would need to stay positive if things were ever going to get better. The results were amazing. The judge and jury could tell that I was confident and genuine in my appeals for their understanding. My lawyer had an easier time proving my case. This blog is all about choosing to stay positive during your court case.