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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct - Can My Police Interrogation be Used in Court?
    Criminal Sexual Conduct - Can My Police Interrogation be Used in Court?

    Criminal Sexual Conduct charges in Michigan begin with an investigation. That investigation often involves the Police attempting to get an "interview," better known as an "interrogation" or ...

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  • Penalty for Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan - Avoiding Prison
    Penalty for Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan - Avoiding Prison

    Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan , as defined in MCL 750.520d, the Michigan Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct law , is punishable by "imprisonment for not more than 15 years." If ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Lawyer Brian J. Prain Named in DBusiness Top Lawyers, 2019
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Lawyer Brian J. Prain Named in DBusiness Top Lawyers, 2019

    According to Detroit's premier business magazine, DBusiness, Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Attorney Brian J. Prain has been named as one of the DBusiness Top Lawyers, 2019 . As a result, you can ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Court Process in Michigan
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Court Process in Michigan

    Criminal Sexual Conduct charges in Michigan are some of the most serious criminal charges one can face. Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC for short) is the name for the Michigan laws that cover the entire ...

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  • Being Investigated for Criminal Sexual Conduct? Here's 5 Tips to Avoid Jail
    Being Investigated for Criminal Sexual Conduct? Here's 5 Tips to Avoid Jail

    Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) charges are nothing to fool around with. The simple fact of the matter is that many people in Michigan have physically harmed others, stolen from others, used or sold ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Date Rape
    What You Need to Know About Date Rape

    Rape is defined as sexual intercourse that has taken place without one party’s consent. The sex doesn’t have to be forced for it to be considered rape. Because a victim is sometimes unable to give ...

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