Blog Posts in Assault With Intent to Commit Criminal Sexual Conduct in the Second Degree

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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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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Lawyer on New Michigan Supreme Court Case
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Lawyer on New Michigan Supreme Court Case

    Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct cases may involve expert witnesses. A new ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court this month will help clarify when an indigent Defendant is entitled to have an expert ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct Sentence - Will I Know Before Pleading?
    Criminal Sexual Conduct Sentence - Will I Know Before Pleading?

    Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) charges are like others in the sense that there are essentially only two basic options to consider: take your case to trial, or take a plea deal. The decision is ...

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  • Assault With Intent to Commit Criminal Sexual Conduct in the Second Degree - MCL 750.520g(2)
    Assault With Intent to Commit Criminal Sexual Conduct in the Second Degree - MCL 750.520g(2)

    Assault with Intent to Commit Criminal Sexual Conduct in the Second Degree, MCL 750.520g(2), is a felony punishable by up to 5 years. It is a crime that we see charged much less often than the four ...

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  • Second Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct Police Interrogation
    Second Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct Police Interrogation

    At Prain Law, PLLC, Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Attorney , we specifically concentrate on defending people accused of Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan . Therefore, even though we only take ...

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  • Criminal Sexual Conduct - Can Police Get a Search Warrant?
    Criminal Sexual Conduct - Can Police Get a Search Warrant?

    A Search Warrant is a type of Court Order, signed by a Judge or Magistrate, allowing law enforcement to conduct a search of a private place for the purpose of obtaining or “seizing“ evidence of a ...

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