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Los Angeles Jury Instructions for Sexual Battery

 When someone is charged with sexual battery under California Penal Code Section 243.4(e)(1), this is obviously a serious crime because if you’re convicted or you plead guilty to a sexual battery in Los Angeles, California, you’re looking at registering as a sex offender.  That means every year on your birthday, you have to register…

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Rape of an Unconscious Woman or Spouse

When it comes to this particular rape charge, which is covered under California Penal Code Section 261(a)(4) and Penal Code Section 262(a)(3), obviously the prosecutors and judge will take it seriously in Los Angeles County.  They’re going to assign a special sex crime prosecutor no matter which courthouse the case is pending.  Each branch in…

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Teacher-Student Sex Crime Defense

I’ve been defending teachers related to sex crimes in Los Angeles for the past twenty-five years.  Unfortunately, this is a crime that is taken very serious by the authorities because any teacher who is having any type of sexual contact with their students who is in a position of trust is seen as a danger…

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Punishments for Sex Crime Cases

When it comes to a sex crime case that’s being prosecuted in Los Angeles County, I’ve done a lot of these cases over the last twenty-five years and there’s a variety of different punishments that can be utilized in order to deter someone from committing future sex crime cases, punish an offender who has committed…

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Pretext Phone Calls Related to Sex Crime Cases

One big weapon the police have that they use all the time when it comes to sex crime cases is that is known as a pretext phone call.  This is basically where they have typically, the alleged victim calls the alleged perpetrator on the phone and the police will tape record the conversation.  The police…

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