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Special Victims Voir Dire Questions

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Used these sexual assault of a child voir dire questions in defending a highly publicized sexual assault case in October of 2015. Result of trial was a hung jury. Voir dire is the process used by the parties to select a fair and impartial jury. During voir dire, the jury panel is questioned by both parties’ lawyers. The questions are intended to help the lawyers in the jury selection process.

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Motion in Limine to Exclude or Limit Expert Testimony in a Sexual Crimes Case

This product is a motion in limine to limit expert testimony in a sex crimes case.

This product is legally relevant in all U.S. 50 states and territories. This product comes in .docx (Microsoft Word) format for your convenience.

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In U.S. law, a motion in limine is a motion, discussed outside the presence of the jury, to request that certain testimony be excluded. The motion is decided by a judge in both civil and criminal proceedings.

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Motion to Allow Defendant to Use Victim’s Prior Allegations

Motion to Allow Defendant to Use Victim’s Prior Allegations

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Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Allow Defendant to Use Victim’s Prior Allegations of Sex Abuse

Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Allow Defendant to Use Victim’s Prior Allegations of Sex Abuse

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Motions Practice in Sexual Assault Cases Outline

Outline for motions regarding practice in sexual assault cases.

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Motion to Permit Evidence of Alleged Victims Prior History Pursuant

Orders an evidentiary hearing to permit questioning of an alleged victim concerning evidence of their prior history and permitting the admission of the matters into evidence at trial.

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Defendant’s Motion to Introduce Evidence (Sex Crimes)

A Motion to peirce/overcome the Colorado Rape Shield Motion. Sets forth specific facts that a defendant may seek to introduce at trial, but that pursuant to the Colorado Rape Shield Motion is otherwise excluded at trial. Motion must be submitted with the accompanying affidavit under seal at least 35 days prior to trial. – Pursuant to 18-3-407 CRS

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Motion for Production of an In Camera Review of Complainants Psychiatric and Medical Records in a Sex Case

Moves Court for an order directing the production of complainant’s counseling records.

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Reply to Objection to ID Expert – Focusing on Stress, Weapon Focus, Police Procedures-Sex Crime

Motion to respond to the prosecutions argument that the defense expert is not properly qualified. As well as the effects of stress on eye witness identifications.

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Order Motion to Suppress a Obscene Pornography Case

Order Motion to Suppress a Child Pornography Case

Nearly all child pornography convictions results in a jail sentence. The amount of jail will depend on a number of factors, including the nature of the material, the size of the collection, the duration of downloading and whether the accused distributed the child pornography.

Child pornography is a crime that deals with some of the harshest and most serious laws that a person can face. Regardless of the specifics of the event or material involved, the first offense is met with heavy punishment, and subsequent offenses result in even harsher criminal sentences.

There are officially two types of material considered child pornography, simulated, or digitally generated, and pornography produced with the direct involvement of the minor. With the production of child pornography other charges may be included, such as child abuse, and many other laws may come into play during the case.

Defining Child Pornography
Pictures of child pornography are not secure under First Amendment rights and are unlawful items under federal law. Though there are only two types of child pornography, those categories include several forms of material and media. Under federal law, any visual portrayals of sexually explicit behavior
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involving a minor are considered child pornography.

Visual illustrations containing child pornography are deemed illegal under federal law. These may include photographs, videos, digital downloads, images produced to depict an actual minor, undeveloped film and video and electronically stored data.

Sexual activity is not needed in the image to be considered pornography. The images may contain a nude picture of a child that is deemed sexually suggestive and be considered illegal. Child pornography under federal law is the disregard for age of consent for sexual activity in a given state. Some states consider age of consent to be younger than 18 years old, but when child pornography is concerned, any depiction of a minor under the age of 18 engaging in sexually explicit conduct is unlawful.

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NIT Motion to Suppress Evidence, Evidentiary Hearing in a Pornography Case

NIT Motion to Suppress Evidence, Evidentiary Hearing in a Child Pornography Case

This product is legally relevant in all U.S. 50 states and territories. This product comes in both .pdf and .docx (Microsoft Word) formats for your convenience.

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NIT Motion and Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Dismiss Pornography Case

NIT Motion and Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Dismiss – Child Pornography Case

A document that cites (refers to) legal authorities such as statutes and court cases, and explains how those authorities support the position advocated by the party who wrote the memorandum. Filed motion to suppress the evidence seized during the search of the computer, including the information revealed by the use of the NIT.

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Motion to Suppress; Request for Evidentiary Hearing in a Pornography Case

Motion to Suppress; Request for Evidentiary Hearing in a Child Pornography Case

This product is legally relevant in all U.S. 50 states and territories. This product comes in both .pdf and .docx (Microsoft Word) formats for your convenience.

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Motion to Suppress Hearing Transcript in a Pornography Case

Motion to Suppress Hearing Transcript in a Child Pornography Case

This product is legally relevant in all U.S. 50 states and territories. This product comes in both .pdf and .docx (Microsoft Word) formats for your convenience.

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