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False Allegations of Sexual Harassment and Assault

False Allegations of Sexual Harassment and Assault The issues of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape have been the focus of more media attention recently than ever before. Allegations of sexual harassment have been brought against high-powered individuals including President Donald Trump, Senator Al Franken, television/news personality Bill O’Reilly, former Today Show anchor Matt Lauer, […]

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The History of Miranda Warnings

The History of Miranda Warnings “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you. Do you understand the rights I have just read […]

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Dealing With Allegations of Sexual Assault

Dealing With Allegations of Sexual Assault The issues of sexual assault and harassment have made their way to the center of public consciousness in recent years, thanks, in large part, to allegations being made against a growing number of high-profile personalities. Successful actors, comedians, entertainers, studio executives, and even former presidents have been accused of […]

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California Passes Reforms to Sex Offender Registry Law

California Passes Reforms to Sex Offender Registry Law Earlier this month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will ultimately affect thousands of California residents who have been convicted of or pleaded guilty to lower level sex crimes. The new law will put an end to mandatory lifetime sex offender registration for those who […]

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Governor Signs Series of Juvenile Crime Bills into Law

Governor Signs Series of Juvenile Crime Bills into Law Despite objections from some prosecutors and law enforcement organizations, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a package of legislative measures earlier this month that will have an effect on the criminal justice system for both adults and juveniles in the states. In total, Governor Brown signed nine […]

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A Few Thoughts on Prostitution: “The World’s Oldest Profession”

A Few Thoughts on Prostitution: “The World’s Oldest Profession” You have probably heard prostitution referred to as the “the world’s oldest profession,” and in some ways, the idea makes sense. There are references to prostitutes in virtually every culture or society with any type of recorded history. As soon as a civilization began trading and […]

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Domestic Violence in Same-Sex Relationships

Domestic Violence in Same-Sex Relationships Domestic violence refers to abusive behavior including assault, battery, intimidation, or sexual assault perpetrated by an individual against their partner. Domestic violence can take several forms. It may include physical aggression such as hitting, punching, kicking, or throwing objects. It can also include psychological abuse including intimidation, threats, and controlling […]

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Proposed Law Looks to Address Sexual Harassment in Startups

Proposed Law Looks to Address Sexual Harassment in Startups Throughout the technology-based business world, sexual harassment and other sex-related behaviors have become serious problems in recent years. Earlier this year, the ride-hailing company Uber was rocked by allegations of sexual misconduct and discrimination, leading to dozens of firings and resignations. There have been a number […]

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Convicted Sex Offender Found Armed and Working at Rape Crisis Center

Convicted Sex Offender Found Armed and Working at Rape Crisis Center As most people realize, being convicted of particular sex-related crimes can have a major impact on a person’s life. In addition to the “normal” penalties associated with a criminal conviction, including jail time, probation, and hefty fines, a sex offender is often required to […]

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More Inmates Getting Second Chances in California

More Inmates Getting Second Chances in California

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