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Why sexual misconduct often leads to several charges

When you read stories about someone facing criminal accusations related to sexual misconduct, chances are that person is not just looking at a single offense. In most cases, a single incident can lead to numerous charges and multiple counts, compounding the penalties that can be handed down.

One failed motion doesn't have to spell defeat in sex abuse cases

Comedian Bill Cosby has seen his reputation as one of the country's most beloved personalities destroyed in the months following numerous allegations that he sexually assaulted several women. However, it is the story of one alleged victim that matters most in the eyes of the law, as it is the only one recent enough to have resulted in criminal prosecution.

Is sex addiction a defense to sex crimes?

Getting on the computer to browse the internet or social media sites is something most of us do every single day, and for many of us, we do this for hours at a time. However, this behavior can become cause for concern if someone is struggling with impulse control and/or an apparent addiction to sex.

'Sexting epidemic' putting young people's futures at risk

Imagine yourself in middle school or high school. Remember the mistakes you made, the hefty weight of peer pressure and the relationships you were navigating for the first time. Now imagine the decisions you made back then weren't left in the past: they were defining you today.

Will I have to register a sex offender for solicitation?

Efforts to curb prostitution across Florida have been widespread and aggressive. Despite the fact that prostitution is an active industry all across the globe, it is still illegal here and the penalties for a violation can be much more severe than you might expect.

The perception of imbalanced justice

Over the last weekend, a story of sexual assault and criminal sentencing made national headlines. The case involved two people: the man found guilty of multiple felonies after a sexual assault and the victim, who was not identified. The story left people all across the country sharply divided.

Going home: It's not that easy for convicted sex offenders

If you are convicted of a crime, you will have to comply with the terms of the resulting sentence. This could include community service, restitution and imprisonment. Once you have fulfilled these conditions, the expectation is that you should be able to move on and try to put that experience behind you.

What's the difference between witness coaching and preparation?

Testifying in a criminal case is a very serious responsibility for anyone in the position to do so. Whether that person is a witness for the prosecution or for the defense, his or her statements have the power to make a very significant impact on the outcome of the case.

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