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Man charged with sex crimes for revenge porn

Anyone in Minnesota or North Dakota who has ended a relationship knows it can be an emotional and confusing time. After a difficult breakup, it may be hard for some people to cope, especially if the one they loved has moved on with life. When irrational thoughts get the best of someone, it may lead that person to act inappropriately or even dangerously. In some cases, those actions may lead to accusations of sex crimes.

North Dakota Police Chief accused of sex crimes

In North Dakota, there are many small towns that have only one member of law enforcement serving their area. In those cases, that person is one of great importance to the community that they serve. When that individual is accused of a crime, including sex crimes, that can come as a shock to those around them.

Judge offers 3 reasons why alleged child porn should be tossed

When law enforcement or any other agent of the government performs a search or seizure that is objectively unreasonable, any evidence they obtain can be suppressed. In other words, the government can't use tainted evidence against defendants.

What parents should know about teenage sexting

You probably gave your teenager a cell phone for easy contact and peace of mind in emergency situations. However, cell phones come with risks, and sexting, or sending nude or sexual photos with an electronic device, has become a common occurrence. When the images involve persons younger than 18, teenagers can be prosecuted under child pornography laws. Here is how you can help your children avoid this unlawful situation.

Federal appeals court rules on sex offender program

Defendants facing sex crime charges in Minnesota have good reason to want to understand how the state's sex offender registry program works. If convicted of a sex crime, a person may need to participate in this program and that participation may have long-lasting effects on a person's life.

Groups speak out on issues with sex crime laws in Minnesota

Any Minnesota resident who has ever been accused of a sex crime knows the challenges that come with such charges. Even family members of defendants can experience difficulties caused by these types of allegations. But, just how fair are Miinnesota's laws when it comes to prosecuting and penalizing people for sex crimes? It seems that the answer to that question may depend on who you ask.

Plea results in sentence with probation and treatment

Minnesota residents who are charged with criminal offenses such as sex-related crimes can understandably be concerned about their futures. While difficult, it is always important at the outset of a criminal defense process to remember that a charge is not the same thing as a conviction. What may ultimately come of a charge can vary greatly from what is initially alleged or even formally charged. A 28-year-old Minnesota high school coach and teacher offers an example of this.

Dispute over treatment approach for sex offenders

It is not uncommon for leglislators in Minnesota to disagree on the best way to approach difficult issues. In some situations, these disputes may fall along political party lines. Republicans, for example, tend to be thought of as wanting to crack down on what they see as criminal threats. Democrats tend to be thought of as more sympathetic to wanting to try and treat problems and rehabilitate people.

How does Minnesota define date rape?

If you are like many in Grand Forks, a typically date for you may involve good conversation at a local bar or restaurant aided by a couple of drinks to help break the ice. Oftentimes, such an encounter may progress on to intimate contact with your dating partner. You may view such contact as being consensual, yet later discover that your partner may not have shared the same opinion. This is typically how date rape allegations begin.

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