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  • "Other Acts" Evidence Used in Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Cases
    "Other Acts" Evidence Used in Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Cases

    Criminal Sexual Conduct ("CSC") cases sometimes involve the concept of "other acts" evidence. This generally means evidence of other "crimes, wrongs, or acts" that the defendant is not on trial for, ...

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  • Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Laws
    Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Laws

    The Michigan criminal sexual conduct laws are contained in sections 520a - 520o of the Michigan penal code, chapter 750 of the Michigan compiled laws. The actual, collective title to these sections is ...

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  • Can You Get HYTA for Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan?
    Can You Get HYTA for Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan?

    In Michigan, the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, commonly known as "HYTA," MCL 762.11 , allows young people charged with certain crimes to walk away with a "clean slate." When HYTA is granted, a young ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct - Accessing Privileged Information in Your Defense
    Criminal Sexual Conduct - Accessing Privileged Information in Your Defense

    There are many different reasons why someone might falsely accuse someone of Sexual Assault. They may be out for money, revenge, attention, sympathy, or a variety of other objectives. Even though the ...

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