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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct - The Defense of Consent
    Criminal Sexual Conduct - The Defense of Consent

    Modern day sex crimes in Michigan are referred to as Criminal Sexual Conduct (called "CSC" for short). In the old days, the only sex crime was called "rape." In the legal sense, "rape" meant sexual ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct - Is Being Drunk a Defense?
    Criminal Sexual Conduct - Is Being Drunk a Defense?

    Criminal Sexual Conduct charges in Michigan (called "CSC" for short) are some of the most serious criminal charges a person can face. Even if you do not end up in Prison for decades, you risk being ...

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  • What is the Definition of
    What is the Definition of "Personal Injury" in the Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Laws?

    As a Michigan Sex Crimes Defense Attorney , every day we are defending those accused of violating the Michigan Sex Crimes laws. Michigan's Sex Crime laws do not use words like "rape" or "assault" ...

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  • How Are Mentally Incapable, Mentally Disabled, Mentally incapacitated, or Physically Helpless Defined in Michigan CSC Laws?
    How Are Mentally Incapable, Mentally Disabled, Mentally incapacitated, or Physically Helpless Defined in Michigan CSC Laws?

    As a Michigan Sex Crimes Defense Attorney , a common question we receive is " What is the definition of mentally incapable, mentally disabled, mentally incapacitated, or physically helpless in ...

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  • Resisting and Obstructing a Police Officer - Jury: NOT GUILTY!
    Resisting and Obstructing a Police Officer - Jury: NOT GUILTY!

    JB: Brian, the news is you just got another NOT GUILTY on all counts, right on the heels of two other NOT GUILTY verdicts. How do you feel about that? BP: Well, thank you. I would say that "relieved" ...

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  • Aggravated Domestic Violence - Another NOT GUILTY by Brian J. Prain
    Aggravated Domestic Violence - Another NOT GUILTY by Brian J. Prain

    On May 11, 2015, Michigan Domestic Violence lawyer Brian J. Prain went before a Jury and (once again) won the acquittal of his client on all charges in Wayne County. What made the case unique was that ...

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