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August 2015 Archives

Those closest to you can play big roles in cases against you

One of the most difficult consequences of being charged with a serious criminal charge is the loss or damage to the relationships with your friends and family. If, for example, you are accused of possessing, making or distributing child pornography, it may not be long until those closest to you start distancing themselves. In some cases, they may even participate in building a case against you.

Are 'sugar baby' arrangements illegal in Florida?

Readers should be aware that it is illegal to engage in solicitation and prostitution in Florida and most jurisdictions across the U.S. However, there are some relationships that may initially seem like prostitution and therefore illegal but actually fall into a legal gray area. 

A sex crime conviction can sometimes impact retirement benefits

A conviction on a sex crime charge can have some very long-lasting effects on a person. Having such a conviction on one's record can cause a person to face prolonged difficulties when it comes to finding employment. Being convicted of a sex offense can also cause a person to have to be on a sex offender registry for a very long time, possibly even their entire life. Additionally, the reputation damage from such a conviction can stick around and disrupt various aspects of a person's life for years or even decades. A guilty verdict in a sex offense case can, in certain circumstances, even impact a person's future retirement. 

How important is intent when it comes to sex crime allegations?

The answer to the question posed in this headline is, quite simply, very. Intent in regards to the attempt to commit or the act of committing a sex crime can typically make or break a case against you if you are accused of offenses like traveling to meet a minor or online solicitation of a minor for the purposes of engaging in or facilitating a sexual act.

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