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Defining Consensual And Non-Consensual Sex

Defining Consensual And Non-Consensual Sex

Sexual consent is an agreement to participate in a sexual activity. Before being sexual with someone, you need to know if they want to be sexual with you too. It’s also important to be honest with your partner about what you want and don’t want. Consenting and asking for consent are all about setting your personal boundaries and respecting thos
The Clear Explanation Of 1st-Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct

The Clear Explanation Of 1st-Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct

There are four categories of sexual assault charges in Michigan. A person convicted of CSC charges in the first, second and third degree will almost certainly be sentenced to prison time. The vast majority of people convicted of CSC in the fourth degree usually spend some time in jail. People convicted for these crimes also have to register as a se
Helpful Instructions To Follow When Facing A False Allegations Of CSC

Helpful Instructions To Follow When Facing A False Allegations Of CSC

If you’re falsely accused of sex crime , you will want to protect yourself in any way possible. However, talking to the police or trying to iron things out with the complaining witness isn’t something you should take on yourself. You need to immediately contact a skilled sex crimes lawyer who will point out inconsistencies in the accuser’s st
Truth About Michigan SORA

Truth About Michigan SORA

The Michigan Sex Offender Registry was created in 1994 by the Michigan Sex Offenders Registration Act. The Act establishes the Michigan State Police as the keeper of the registry and SOR data. The act requires certain convicted sex offenders to register certain information such as where they live and verify the information 1 to 4x/year with the She
Effective Strategies To Defend Your CSC Charges

Effective Strategies To Defend Your CSC Charges

If you are facing sexual assault charges, cooperating with the police will not make things easier for you. The best thing you can do is inform the police that you want to speak with a lawyer, and tell the police that you are asserting your right to remain silent. The most common csc defenses is a claim of actual innocence. A defendant may argue tha
Consensual And Non-Consensual Sex Explained

Consensual And Non-Consensual Sex Explained

Consensual And Non-Consensual Difference Consent means actively agreeing to be sexual with someone. Consent lets someone know that sex is wanted. Sexual activity without consent is rape or sexual assault.Consent is affirmative, conscious and voluntary. Consent means affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement by the parties to engage in sexual a
The 3 Tiers Of Michigan SORA

The 3 Tiers Of Michigan SORA

People placed on a Sex Offender Registry will need to re-register at regular intervals, or face further criminal penalties. The public can access a sex offender registry to view people on the list, which means employers, lenders, landlords, and other parties in positions of power will often do all they can to avoid or reject registrants. Michigan S
Defending The Criminal Sexual Conduct Cases

Defending The Criminal Sexual Conduct Cases

There are several CSC defenses that can counter a charge of criminal sexual conduct. Defendants in any criminal prosecution will usually profess innocence of the crime, and that is no different for a sexual assault case. In addition, sexual assault defendants may admit to performing the actions in question but claim that they didn’t amount to sex
FAILURE TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER

FAILURE TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER

A registered sex offender is any person, male or female, convicted of a crime involving a sexual act after which local, state or federal laws mandate they be placed on the Sexual Offender Registry after serving their sentence or have been released on parole. Sex offender registry can be a terrible black mark on your record. Unfortunately, it follow
Non-Consensual Sex Penalties

Non-Consensual Sex Penalties

Non-consensual sex means any sexual intercourse, however slight, with any object, by a man or woman upon a man or woman that is without consent and/or by force. Example: You are having consensual oral sex with another. Without asking you first, they initiate intercourse. Example: You have been casually seeing another person. You know that your part