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Category: Sex Crimes

Are All Sex Crimes Felonies?

If you’ve been charged with a sex crime in North Carolina, you may be wondering if you are facing a misdemeanor or felony charge. In general, misdemeanors are considered less serious crimes, punishable by up to one year in jail. A felony, on the other…

Digital Evidence in Child Porn Cases

Few criminal charges are more serious than those related to child pornography. If you’ve been charged in a child porn case, it likely hinges on digital evidence collected from computers, smartphones, or external storage drives. Because digital evidence is so important to child porn case…

What to Do If You’re Accused of Rape on a University Campus

Sexual assaults are a common occurrence on college campuses across the nation. And in the wake of each incident, university administrators and prosecutors are expected to find and punish the culprits. The problem is that most sexual assaults take place out of sight of witnesses,…

Which NC Sex Crime Convictions Require Sex Offender Registration

Many sex crimes carry harsh penalties, such as lengthy prison sentences and heavy fines. In addition to the statutory penalties of a sexual offense, you face a host of collateral consequences, including – but not limited to – challenges finding housing, issues relating to child…

Defenses Used in Sex Crimes Cases

Sex crimes are some of the most serious offenses you be charged with under NC criminal law. In addition to significant jail time, you will suffer the public stigma associated with being a convicted sex offender. Unlike other crimes, for certain sex offenses, you will…

Sexual Abuse – What is a Sex Offense in North Carolina?

Our blog topic today deals with sexual abuse, namely the two types of first degree sex offense under North Carolina Law.  There are two types of First Degree Sex Offenses in North Carolina.  Forcible Sexual offense and Statutory Sexual Offense.  For a person to be…