Videos on Sex Crimes, Child Abuse, and Domestic Violence Cases
Should a Criminal Defendant Testify? In a Criminal Case Does the Defense Need to Present Witnesses? How to Interview a Child How Do You Know If Your Client Is Innocent? How Do You Build... Read More
In a Civil Child Sex Abuse Case Are There Any Other Defendants Other Than the Accused Abuser?
CONTACT US NOW Why There are Often Two or More Defendants in a Civil Child Sex Abuse Case. When a person is charged criminally with child sex abuse, they usually face the charge alone.... Read More
What If a Person Sued for Child Sex Abuse Doesn’t Have Much Money? How Can They Afford to Try the Case or Settle It?
CONTACT US NOW How Can You Defend Yourself in a Child Sex Abuse Case if You Don't Have Much Money? Judgments for childhood sexual abuse can award a little money or a great deal... Read More
Does It Matter Which Child Sex Abuse Case You Handle First? A Criminal Case and Civil Case?
CONTACT US NOW Learn Whether to Defend a Criminal or a Civil Child Sex Abuse Case First. The Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination has several benefits for the accused in a criminal case. The... Read More
How Does One Defend Against a Damages Claim in a Child Sex Abuse Case?
CONTACT US NOW Learn What Needs to Be Done to Defend Against A Claim for Compensation for Child Sex Abuse. In defending against a civil claim for damages for child sex abuse, investigation can... Read More
When is it too Late for a Person to Sue Someone for Child Sex Abuse?
CONTACT US NOW You Could Be Sued by Someone for Child Sex Abuse Years After the Supposed Abuse. There is a time limit for filing in court a civil claim for compensation, and different... Read More
Communication with a Minor for Immoral Purposes
In Washington State, it is illegal to communicate with minors in a way that encourages them towards sexual misconduct. The penalties are more severe if the communication is electronic, that is, by computer or... Read More
Criminal Trespass against Children
If you have previously been convicted of an offense that requires you to register as a sex offender or kidnapping offender, you may now find yourself facing a charge based on conduct or events... Read More
Commercial Sexual Abuse of a Minor
Washington State imposes severe penalties on those who agree to pay for sex with minors. This is a new development; before 2010, if you were convicted of paying for sex with a juvenile, your... Read More
“Luring” is not a crime at the top of most people’s minds, but the law in Washington and other states does make luring a child or developmentally disabled person a felony. Unfortunately, sometimes defendants... Read More