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Sex Crimes Archives

Important questions in online solicitation cases

If you have been arrested on suspicion of soliciting a minor online, it is understandable that you are scared. But make no mistake, you are innocent until the prosecution proves that you are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. With that, a number of facts must be proven in order to convict you of such a crime. This post will highlight a few of the questions that must be answered.

Cabinet chief: adjustments needed re college sex-crimes accusations

Current U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos recently offered up comments on the issue of campus-based handling of sex-crimes cases at colleges and universities across the country. Her tone was emphatic, with the words she delivered being blunt and manifestly clear.

Dennis Hastert released from federal prison

While a great deal of media attention has been dedicated to O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing, former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert has quietly left federal prison. Hastert, known as the longest serving Republican speaker was released on Monday and moved to a halfway house in Chicago where he will serve the remainder of his 15 month sentence for bank fraud.

Internet-related sex crimes: juveniles can be unwary

We are both succinct and upfront on a relevant page of our website referring to Missouri sex-focused offenses at the St. Louis criminal defense firm of Rosenblum Fry, noting that, "The stigma and criminal penalties associated with a sex crime conviction are significant."

Sex-crime legal representation: how a proven attorney can help

Although facing a criminal charge of any type is of course a significant and, indeed, harrowing development in any individual's life, it is certainly no overstatement to note that being arrested and charged with a sex crime-related offense can have especially dire repercussions.

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