San Diego Sexual Assault Defense Lawyers
San Diego Sexual Assault Defense Topics
Lewd and lascivious conduct usually applies to pornography, prostitution, and indecent acts.
Child Molestation is the crime of committing sexual acts with children up to the age of 18
Obscene behavior is the act in which any person knowingly exposes his person or private parts in any public place
Pedophilia is an obsession with children as sex objects.
Different municipalities define pornography differently, and San Diego is no different.
Prostitution is the profession of performing sexual acts for money. Prostitution is a crime throughout California.
Rape is the crime of having sexual intercourse without consent and accomplished through force.
The application of date rape can vary significantly depending on the circumstances involved.
This charge is still considered rape even if the female gave herconsent.
In California, the California Megan's Law requires sex offenders to disclose personal information so the community knows there isa sex offender living amongst them.
It is critically important that those charged with sexual abuse contact an experienced and dedicated sexual abuse attorney immediately.
Few people today are unaware that sexual harassment is one of the most common problems in an office or work environment.
Sodomy is the sexual conduct of a man inserting his penis in the anus either of another man or a woman however slight the penetration may be.
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If you are found guilty of Sexual Assault in San Diego you face imprisonment, loss of child custody, voting rights and firearm ownership, mandatory AIDS testing, monetary fines as well as Sex Offender Registration for life.
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