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  • Should You Take a Polygraph in a Sexual Assault Case?
    Should You Take a Polygraph in a Sexual Assault Case?

    Criminal Sexual Conduct cases in Michigan ("CSC") are a very unique type of case. As a Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Attorney , one question our office receives is "I'm innocent. Should I take a ...

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  • Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges - Can I Really Avoid Jail?
    Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges - Can I Really Avoid Jail?

    Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan ("CSC" for short) is a charge that belongs in its own category, separate from all other criminal charges. As a Metro Detroit Criminal Defense Attorney concentrating ...

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  • Detroit Sex Crimes Attorney - Definition of
    Detroit Sex Crimes Attorney - Definition of "Sexual Contact"

    Second Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan (also called Second Degree CSC , CSC 2 , and other terms for short) is a criminal charge that can land you in Prison for up to 15 years and even put ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan - Another Win for CSC Attorney Brian J. Prain
    Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan - Another Win for CSC Attorney Brian J. Prain

    Criminal Sexual Conduct charges in Michigan are some of the most serious criminal charges any person can face. At Prain Law, PLLC , we specifically concentrate on defending those accused of Criminal ...

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  • What is Fourth Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct? CSC 4 Definition
    What is Fourth Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct? CSC 4 Definition

    Fourth Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan ("CSC 4") is a "high court misdemeanor" - the law calls it a misdemeanor, but it is punished as a felony. The actual Michigan 4th Degree CSC law, MCL ...

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  • What Gun Rights Do I Have After Being Convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan?
    What Gun Rights Do I Have After Being Convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan?

    Michigan Law Restricts Convicted Felons’ Gun Ownership Rights The right to bear arms is an important Constitutional freedom. However, for people who are convicted of felony crimes in the state of ...

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