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What Happens If a Victim Refuses to Testify - Are Charges Dropped?
What Happens If a Victim Refuses to Testify - Are Charges Dropped?

Will A Prosecutor Dismiss A Case If A Victim Refuses to Testify? A victim in a criminal case may choose not to testify for a variety of reasons. – but what does this mean for your case? Does that mean the prosecutor will be forced to dismiss your case and drop all the ...

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Blog Posts In Sex Crimes

  • Is It Illegal to Have Sex In Public?

    The truth is – sex in public is risky business. Despite the risk of someone catching you ”in the act” it happens all the time. Perhaps it’s the very ...

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  • Accused of Child Sex Abuse in Los Angeles?

    Being accused of child sexual abuse can be one of the most stressful allegations any parent, relative or person could face. Often, prosecutors may ...

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  • Can I Be Charged with Rape if the Minor Consented?

    A 19-year-old boy is dating a 17 year-old-girl from the local high school. No problem. There is only a two-year difference in age and nowadays that's ...

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  • What Does Soliciting a Prostitute Mean?

    What is Considered Soliciting a Prostitute? California prostitution law, Penal Code section 647(b), makes it illegal to engage in, agree to, offer, or ...

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  • Escort Laws in Los Angeles

    The legal definition of escort is a person who, for a fee or commission, reward or profit, accompanies other persons to or about social affairs, ...

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  • Busted for Speaking to a Prostitute?

    Most people know that prostitution is a crime in California. However, one common question we receive is, “can I get arrested and charged with a crime ...

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