David S. Marshall Law Blog

What Counts as Consent in 2017?

Human relationships are full of possibilities for miscommunication.  We unintentionally misunderstand each other all the time about big and small things alike.   Unfortunately, this fact makes communications about the decision to have sexual contact...
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How Accurate Is a Child’s Memory?

Frequently in child abuse investigations and trials, the primary evidence is that given by the child involved.  Sometimes this evidence is the only evidence that the alleged abuse ever occurred.   But is a child’s...
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Is a SSOSA Right For Me?

If you’ve been convicted of a sexual offense in Washington State, you may be eligible for sentencing under Washington’s Special Sexual Offender Sentencing Alternative (SSOSA).   What is a SSOSA, you might ask?  Under Washington...
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When are Police Stings Entrapment?

When does law enforcement cross the line between conducting a legitimate undercover operation and illegally pressuring a normally law-abiding individual to commit a crime?   Many arrests for Communication with a Minor for Immoral Purposes arise...
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