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“Defending Against” consumer guides
If you’re not quite ready to take on the full eBook above, you can instantly download the following consumer guides below. These are quick reads with essential material to know if you are charged with the crime that each guide discusses.
Each of these books highlights a different specific offense that you may be charged with, so feel free to download more than one if it will help you understand the nature of your charges.
- The first consumer guide is “Defending Against the Charge of Patronizing Prostitution.” These defendants often get snagged by an undercover officer or by trying to find an online escort.
- The second consumer guide is “Defending Against the Charge of Statutory Rape,” where individuals have allegedly had sexual relations with an individual who cannot consent by law, regardless of whether they were actually in agreement.
- The third consumer guide is “Defending Against the Charge of Sexual Battery.” Defendants charged with this offense have been accused of having unlawful sexual contact with an alleged victim.
- The fourth consumer guide is “Defending Against the Charge of Rape,” where individuals have allegedly used force or coercion to sexually penetrate another individual.