Michigan’s sex offender registry facing, losing lawsuits

Michigan’s sex offender registry facing, losing lawsuits On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 31, 2019 | Sexual assault | The American Civil Liberties Union continues to challenge Michigan’s sex offender registry. The group says the registry does more harm than good in keeping the people of Michigan safe and, meanwhile, violates the rights of those it lists. Michigan’s […]

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Courtroom etiquette for defendants: a quick guide

Courtroom etiquette for defendants: a quick guide On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 26, 2019 | Criminal Defense | Being the defendant in a courtroom can be nerve-wracking. The formal nature of courtroom proceedings can make even the most cool-headed person feel anxious. Many can feel worried about doing or saying the wrong thing. Making a good impression

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Children aren’t always reliable witnesses in molestation cases

Children aren’t always reliable witnesses in molestation cases On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 21, 2019 | Sexual assault | Facing child molestation charges can be terrifying, even if the alleged perpetrator is found innocent. In many cases, children who were the alleged victims get called to the stand for questioning about their recollections of the alleged encounter.

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Why educators don’t always address bullying appropriately

Why educators don’t always address bullying appropriately On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 17, 2019 | Education law | Parents want what’s best for their children. However, if their kids are getting bullied at school, parents may not feel they have the power to intervene. At school, the child’s well-being often lies in the hands of teachers and

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Strange federal laws put focus on the choice to file charges

Strange federal laws put focus on the choice to file charges On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 13, 2019 | Federal Crimes | It is a federal crime to make an “unreasonable” gesture at a passing horse in a National Park, according to a recent book. This year, people found reasons to think seriously about this silly book.

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Parents suffer for disabled child on sex registry

Often mainly parents suffer for disabled child on sex registry On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 9, 2019 | Criminal Defense, Juvenile Crimes, Sexual assault  When courts hand down sentences for sex offensives to people with intellectual disabilities, it is instead their parents or guardians who often suffer the consequences. Because the convicted person sometimes cannot understand the court’s

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Underage sex stings focus attention on entrapment

Underage sex stings focus attention on entrapment On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Dec 2, 2019 | Criminal Defense | Reason magazine recently described Florida police attempts to arrest men and charge them with soliciting underage girls for sex. The libertarian magazine described what it called “outrageous” and “absurd” sting operations in which agents texted with men posing as

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