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Frank Jackson was voted a Fellow of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers.

September 2015 Archives

Protect yourself against unfair criminal charges and the media

As someone who has been charged with a crime by the state, it's important that you stand up for yourself quickly to protect your good name. It's easy for the media to get involved in some types of cases, which can result in many people assuming you participated in a crime you haven't been found guilty of.

Defending yourself against sexual assault: The options

If you're accused of sexually assaulting someone, you may not be sure how you can defend your position. Maybe you were on a date and thought what happened was consensual, just to find out later that the other person is alleging assault. Or, maybe you weren't involved with the person making a claim at all, and the claim is just being made to ruin your good name. Whatever the reason is for your charges, you can defend yourself with one of a few different defense strategies.

What are Internet crimes?

Internet crimes come in many shapes and forms, but if you've been accused of committing one, the offense is serious. Fraud, identity theft, child pornography, and other kinds of Internet crimes can be charged at the state and federal level, putting you at risk of facing serious time behind bars.

Men can be sexually assaulted and raped, too

As a man, it's not uncommon to feel that you'll be accused of being the protagonist in a situation where you're being accused of rape or sexual assault. What's important for everyone to remember is that men can be sexually assaulted, too, and you may actually be the victim in your situation. In cases of the heart, sometimes, it's hard to determine what the true story is, and because of this, it's important to be honest with your lawyer from the start of your case.

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