Category: Sex Crime Defense

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The notion of Child abuse is not given front stage discussion due to the fact that such societal issues are often associated with the third world and developing countries. It is published knowledge however that large numbers of children in the country are becoming casualties of perpetrators of violence against children. The victimization and enslavement […]

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The Aiken Standard reports that an Evans, Ga., man was arrested on charges that he attempted to lure a 14-year-old girl he met on the internet to meet him for sex. According to South Carolina’s attorney general, the man was arrested on February 18, 2010 during an Internet predator investigation conducted by the Aiken County […]

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The U.S. Attorney announced recently that the sexual assault investigation against David Copperfield has been dropped. The woman who accused David Copperfield of sexually assaulting her had made a similar claim against another man, and police say there is evidence that she gave false statements to a police officer and engaged in prostitution. According to […]

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Despite the strict laws intended to monitor registered sex offenders, Georgia has lost track of, or absconded, nearly 250 sex offenders from metro Atlanta. In an article by the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, many of these missing offenders were convicted of rape, kidnapping, molestation, as well as people who engaged in consensual sex acts with minors. Over […]

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The growth of the Internet and its many uses is unprecedented; however, many communities are often shocked when someone within a neighborhood is arrested by law enforcement for using the Internet to sexually exploit children by arranging secretive meetings. An article recently reported that a Peachtree golf pro who teaches children group golf lessons has […]

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Fingerprints are considered to be insurmountable evidence. However, in the case of a convicted Georgia man, a routine check of the supposed offender’s identification revealed the huge mismatch: his fingerprints were inaccurately identified as those of a criminal, and he had, consequently, been wrongly incarcerated for 17 months for a robbery that he didn’t commit. […]

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According to a report, illicit computer activity impelled Georgia Tech to contact law enforcement regarding an associate professor who became the target of a week-long investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The professor was arrested the night of August 12, 2009 and charged with a hefty accumulation of 15 counts of sexual exploitation of children. […]

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A man is being held in Fulton County Jail and has been charged with sex crimes in Georgia including rape, child molestation and procuring for pimping by the Fulton County police. The underage girl who accused him of rape met the suspect at the West End MARTA station on June 6. The two exchanged phone numbers and […]

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The nydailynews.com reported in a story on February 10, 2009 that Russell Harding, housing czar during Rudy Giuliani’s governor term, is fighting court attempts to place his name and address in a New York state wide registry of sex offenders for life. More than 27,000 names can be found on the list for offenders of sex crimes in […]

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In a story on March 10, 2009 that local, state, and federal agents had conducted a state wide sweep in Georgia which had resulted in the arrest of 27 people and more than 100 computers being confiscated. Two teenagers were amongst those arrested for possession of child pornography in Georgia. Now the forensic technicians will have to spend […]