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  • How to Report Child Pornography
      by HG.org

    Child pornography is one of the most taboo subjects in the country. It strikes fear in society. In some situations, someone may suspect child pornography and wish to report it.

  • Emergency Hearings for Child Custody Matters
      by HG.org

    In some situations, a concerned parent or other individual may petition the court for an emergency hearing to grant an order regarding custody or visitation rather than wait for the next available hearing date on the docket. However, such hearings are limited to those situations in which a true emergency is at stake.

  • Statute of Limitations for Child Pornography
      by HG.org

    Statutes of limitations are a set of regulations governing the amount of time after a cause of action arises by which the case must be brought or be barred from being heard by the court.

  • What Legally Makes It Child Pornography?
      by HG.org

    Child pornography is a crime that deals with some of the harshest and most serious laws that a person can face. Regardless of the specifics of the event or material involved, the first offense is met with heavy punishment, and subsequent offenses result in even harsher criminal sentences.

  • Accused of a Sex Crime? Seven Things You Need to Know

    The emotions that you feel when you are accused of committing a sex crime can swing wildly. Shock. Anger. Confusion. Sadness. Fear. During this trying time you need to focus on facts and pursuing a course of action for protecting your rights, no matter how difficult that may seem. An experienced defense attorney can help you keep your focus where it belongs.

  • Aggravated Sexual Assault in Texas
      by HG.org

    Texas Penal Code ß22.021 defines the crime of aggravated sexual assault and what elevates a sexual assault case to an aggravated sexual assault. Aggravated sexual assault is considered more serious than typical assault and carries with it heightened punishments.

  • Do I Have the Right to Sue a Doctor Who Wrongfully Accused Me of Child Abuse?
      by HG.org

    Being accused of child abuse can be distressing for a parent, especially when it could not be further from the truth. Even if a criminal investigation clears the parent from any suspicion, the damage to the parentís reputation may continue to linger. However, in the majority of cases, the wrongfully accused parent does not have the right to sue or receive financial recovery from a doctor who makes a report of child abuse that later turns out to be false.

  • Tragic End to Child Abuse Case

    The recent case of a three year old Broward County, Florida boy, has brought national attention to the flaws throughout the countries child protection services. In this tragic recent case, the body of a three year old child was found dead in the laundry room of his fatherís house with his body covered in bruises and cuts, reflecting long term abuse of this child.

  • Should I Plead Guilty?
      by HG.org

    When individuals are facing a conviction of a criminal charge, they usually are told by their attorney that they have two choices. They can either plead guilty or go to trial. There are certain risks inherent in making either decisions.

  • Limits on the Admissibility of Vouching During Criminal Interviews in Georgia

    Limiting the admissibility of personal vouching by law enforcement during criminal interviews and case law that supports such limits is discussed is discussed in this article. Vouching by law enforcement as to their abilities is not uncommon, and it must be guarded against.


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