Did you know, that if you are charged with certain sex crimes, your alleged victim's prior sexual conduct may not be offered as evidence in your case? Yes. That means even their prior, consensual, sexual acts with you. This applies, across the state of Kansas, to the following types of cases:
This does not mean that your prior convictions will not be considered as part of the case against you. Whether or not that can be presented to a jury depends largely on how your case is handled prior to, and during, trial. In addition, prior convictions may drastically change the sentencing range you are facing , your bond and potential plea agreements.
Being charged with a sex crime is a scary thing. Attorney T. Morton can answer your questions. The best thing you can do is seek the advise of an attorney TODAY. Call (913) 602-7288 for your free consultation. Payment plans are available.
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