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Blog Posts in January, 2019

  • What Crimes Require Me to Register as a Sex Offender?

    As sex crimes attorneys , we are frequently asked about which convictions require registry on the state’s list of sex offenders. Ohio’s registry of sex offenders shows where people convicted of sex crimes live, work, and go to school. A quick glance at the registry will reveal that thousands of people living in the state have been required to register as sex offenders. In 2017, nearly 20,000 ...
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  • How to Boost Self-Confidence After Divorce

    After you have wrapped up your divorce and moved away from your ex to start your own life, it can be difficult to move on past your marriage and redefine who you are. Although you weren’t a completely different person when you were married, things will be different now that you are divorced. During this transition phase, it is important to be aware of the things that can shape your self-image and ...
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  • Stories of False Accusations Ruining Lives

    Nowadays, it’s nearly impossible to go on social media without seeing stories of sexual assault allegations. It’s good that more victims are coming forward with their stories, but some people are taking advantage of the attention that accusations of sexual misconduct bring about. As a result, false accusations of sexual assault are arguably more common than ever before. Here are some stories of ...
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