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He Said, She Said: Finding the Truth

Are you facing sexual assault or other sex crime charges in the Los Angeles, California area and fear for your odds in a “he said, she said” trial? When the testimony of one person could send you off to prison, you need to contact me at the Alec Rose Law Office.

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Consequences of a Domestic Violence Charge

In the latest statistical year, 2019, the California Department of Justice reports there were 161,123 calls to police for incidents of domestic violence. These incidents were almost evenly split between violence with no weapon, 85,995, and violence with a weapon, 75,128.

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Dangers of Dating and Hookup Apps

Some 40 million Americans use dating apps to find a relationship, according to dating site eHarmony, and 39% of heterosexual American couples met online in 2019, up from 22% in 2009. But not everyone online is what they claim to be, in terms of their age or otherwise. According to a “Danger Index” developed by BackgroundChecks.org, 10% of dating app users are sex offenders, and another 10% are scammers.

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“They Said They Were 18 and I Believed Them”

Facing charges of statutory rape – or more commonly known as sex with a minor – can be a very serious offense If you’ve been charged with this crime, do you know what your rights are? Is it enough to defend your actions by stating that your underage partner looked 18 or older, or even claimed they were?

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How to Combat Sexual Bullying and Slut-Shaming

We’ve all heard of – or even experienced – bullying at school. Bullying generally involves verbal insults or threats, which can oftentimes lead to physical attacks. But what if that bullying involves comments and slurs about one’s gender or sex habits?

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What Does “Affirmative Consent” for Sexual Activity Mean?

If you’re a college student, understanding the complexities of consent is important to ensure that you are engaging in safe and ethical sexual activity. It is imperative that you take the time to communicate with your partner while engaging in sexual activity.

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Drug Use, Alcohol Intoxication, Blackouts, and Consent

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, in 2018, there were an estimated 734,630 sexual assault or rape incidents in the United States. Sexual misconduct allegations are serious and could cause devastating, long-lasting consequences to your quality of life, reputation, personal and professional future.

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Murder Accusations: Choose an Experienced Defense Attorney

If convicted of first degree murder in the State of California, a person can be sentenced to death, to life in prison without the possibility of parole, or to 15 years to life in prison. A second degree murder conviction generally carries a sentence of 15 years to life in prison.

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Title IX Hearing for University Professors & Employees

According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), there were 10,400 reported incidents of forcible sex offenses on college campuses across the United States in 2017. Universities in California use Title IX hearings to investigate and remedy sex crime allegations involving students and faculty members.

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How to Handle False Accusations of Rape

Accusations of rape and sexual misconduct are serious. When they’re false accusations, it’s natural to feel an incredible sense of frustration. If you have been falsely accused of rape, you need to get help from a criminal defense attorney who specializes in fighting for the rights of those charged with sex-related crimes.

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