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Blog Posts in October, 2020

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  • Can Juveniles be Put on the Sex Offender Registry?
    Can Juveniles be Put on the Sex Offender Registry?

    As a Michigan defense lawyer , many of those we defend who are facing criminal sexual conduct (CSC) charges are juveniles, meaning a person under age 17 as defined in the Juvenile Code, MCL 712A.1. ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct FAQ: What Happens if The Alleged Victim Doesn’t Appear?
    Criminal Sexual Conduct FAQ: What Happens if The Alleged Victim Doesn’t Appear?

    Learning How the Criminal Courts Handle No-Show Victims Criminal sexual conduct charges in Michigan can send you to prison for the rest of your life. You can even be sentenced to a mandatory minimum ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct: A Fine Line Between First-Degree & Third-Degree CSC
    Criminal Sexual Conduct: A Fine Line Between First-Degree & Third-Degree CSC

    Key Distinctions Between First-Degree CSC & Third-Degree CSC Before we learn about the fine line between first and third-degree criminal sexual conduct, it’s important to note that the Michigan ...

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  • Why is R. Kelly Being Denied Bail?
    Why is R. Kelly Being Denied Bail?

    Key Takeaways from the Infamous R. Kelly Case Criminal sexual conduct (CSC) in Michigan defines a group of crimes that not only include what used to be called rape, a term that is scarcely used in ...

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