Monthly Archives: July 2017

Minnesota Laws on Criminal Sexual Conduct

Being accused of a sex crime, particularly one involving a child, can irrevocably damage your reputation and, perhaps more important, place you in substantial legal jeopardy.  The experience is embarrassing, overwhelming and frightening—but you can’t let it intimidate you, or prevent you from seeking the legal assistance you need to fight back and protect your …

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Possession and Dissemination of Child Pornography Charges

In Minnesota, as in every state, it is illegal to possess and/or disseminate child pornography. Criminal charges are commonly levied against individuals believed to have acquired and/or distributed images (to other adults or children) of minors involved or appearing to be involved in sexual acts. Those convicted of sex crimes face possible prison terms and …

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What You Should Do When Accused of a Sex Crime or Child Molestation

It is one of the most harrowing events that can happen to a person. When accused  of committing a crime against a child, especially a sex crime, you risk much. Ramifications can include a prison sentence, destroyed reputation in the community, placement on the sex offender list (possibly for life), loss of your job and …

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Sex Crimes: Understanding Minnesota Laws and Penalties

Understanding Minnesota law when it involves sex crimes is important if you are ever charged. It is also important to understand the possible consequences you face. Regardless of the charges, everyone deserves equal representation under the law. It doesn’t matter if the charges include aggravated sexual assault, internet sex crimes, sexual assault, or sexual misconduct. …

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