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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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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Laws - Definition of Consent in Michigan
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Laws - Definition of Consent in Michigan

    Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC for short) is the name given to the broad category of Michigan Sex Crimes . These days, we don't typically hear the word "Rape" in connection with criminal charges ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct - Choosing a Lawyer to Defend You
    Criminal Sexual Conduct - Choosing a Lawyer to Defend You

    Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct charges (CSC for short) are some of the most serious criminal charges. As a result, just about any lawyer will gladly take your money and make certain "promises" to ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Defense Attorney - Supreme Court Justice Cautions Accusers
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Defense Attorney - Supreme Court Justice Cautions Accusers

    As a Metro Detroit criminal defense attorney, I concentrate a majority of my energy on defending those accused of Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct crimes , called CSC for short. One of the problems we ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Third Degree - Multiple Variables Explained
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Third Degree - Multiple Variables Explained

    Criminal Sexual Conduct Third Degree charges in Michigan are punishable by up to 15 years in Prison, Sex Offender Registration , and other penalties. The general category of Michigan Sex Crimes is ...

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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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