Sex Crimes and the Law in Minnesota

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There are many different types of sex crimes, and the punishment for each varies on a state by state basis. How do sex crimes move through the Minnesota court system, and how can a lawyer help you navigate your case?

  • ContentCriminal Penalties for Promoting Prostitution in Minnesota

    When a person engages in the promotion of prostitution in the state of Minnesota, it is important to know what criminal penalties he or she will face if convicted in a criminal court of law. The punishments may alter the life of the individual just as he or she changed the lives of those in the prostitution lifestyle after he or she promoted the criminal act.

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  • ContentRape and Sexual Assault Crimes in Minnesota

    Rape and sexual assault crimes are considered some of the most heinous crimes in Minnesota. Convictions are associated with severe penalties.

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  • ContentProstitution and Sting Operations in Minnesota

    Prostitution is a very serious criminal offense with long lasting repercussions. Hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your record is imperative.

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  • ContentMinnesota Prostitution Myths

    We've put together a list of 4 common myths about prostitution in Minnesota. - Myth: Only new clients can be undercover cops. Fact: Police often use hobbyists who have already been arrested to pose as people looking for sex in prostitution stings.

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  • ContentCriminal Sexual Conduct and Other Sex Crime Allegations - What Does it Mean?

    Sex crime allegations are some of the most serious criminal charges a person can be accused of committing either in state or federal court. In addition to serious jail or prison sentences, a person convicted of sex crime allegations may be required to register as a sex offender for a minimum of 10 years, and possibly for life. Sex crime allegations can negatively affect numerous areas of your life, including your professional and personal life.

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