If you've been accused of a sexual crime, you should know what you are up against and how a conviction can destroy your life if you are innocent. Below are four laws that are currently active in the state of Pennsylvania that you should know more about.
Conflicts between family members can take many forms and have a multitude of legal consequences. These disputes may develop due to longstanding issues and, consequently, can be particularly bitter and contentious.
Recklessly endangering another person is a misdemeanor of the second degree that can be charged if authorities believe an individual’s conduct places or may place someone else in danger of death or serious injury.
As anyone who has ever been falsely accused of a sex crime can tell you, being charged with sexual assault doesn’t make you a monster. While there are so many real victims out there...there are, unfortunately, those who choose to make sexual assault accusations for all the wrong reasons.
When you’re facing criminal charges for a sex crime, it helps to know exactly what you’re up against. Below, you’ll find a simplified breakdown of Pennsylvania’s current definitions and penalties for three commonly confused terms: rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.