False Sexual Assault Charges

by Nicole Blank Becker on Mar. 19, 2019

Criminal Employment  Sexual Harassment Criminal  Felony 

Summary: If you are accused of a sex crime that you didn’t commit, you should immediately hire a criminal defense lawyer that specializes on such cases.

Being falsely charged or wrongfully accused of a sex crime is one of the most, if not the most, disturbing event that can happen to anyone’s life. If you are accused of a sex crime that you didn’t commit, you should immediately hire a criminal defense lawyer that specializes on such cases. If you are in Michigan, you can contact Nicole Blank Becker for a free consultation. She can greatly help you in your case and guide you all throughout the legal process.

 

 

False Sexual Assault Charges

 

There are many reasons behind the false sexual assault charges or false accusation of rape. Some are revenge motivated while some are simply driven by envy or for personal gain.  It is also categories into two categories:  the false memories (accidental self-deception) or lies (attempted deliberate deception of others).

 

 

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