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The Importance of Hiring an Experienced Sex Offense Attorney

By Blumberg & Associates |

In Phoenix Arizona, if you’re charged with a sex offense you’ve got a very rough road ahead. One must understand that jurors come in to these types of cases with preconceived notions about sex crimes and it’s up to a skilled criminal defense attorney to point out to the jurors what their duties and… Read More »

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Skills You Should Look for in a Sex Crime Defense Attorney

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Anybody charged with a crime has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. When it comes to sex crimes, however, the court of public opinion is often eager to pronounce an accused person guilty before a court has had a chance to reach its verdict. Sex crimes are extremely serious, not just… Read More »

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What Can Be Considered a Sexual Offense in Arizona?

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Being accused of a sex crime typically comes with a great deal of stigma, even if the person is later acquitted or the charges are dropped. Many people do not understand that there is a huge difference between being charged with a crime and being convicted. If you or a loved one have been… Read More »

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What to do if you are Falsely Accused of a Sex Crime in Arizona

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It isn’t unusual for someone to be falsely accused of a sex crime in today’s society. A child caught in a divorce and angry at one parent might lash out by falsely accusing the other parent. An angry spouse involved in a contentious child custody suit might accuse the other spouse of sexual abuse… Read More »

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What are the Rules Arizona Sex Offenders Must Follow Upon Release From Jail or Prison?

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After a sex offender is released from jail or prison, he or she may remain under supervision (probation) depending on the nature of the crime. If the offender is under supervision, he or she must register with the country sheriff’s office in the community he or she is relocating to within 72 hours of… Read More »

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