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Andrew H. Stevenson, Attorney at Law, LLC

What Should I Do If I Am Accused of Rape or Sexual Assault?

Being accused of sexual assault or rape is a very stressful event to say the least. Most people learn of the accusation either through the accuser, family or law enforcement and are uncertain how best to proceed. Following these recommendations can help avoid making the situation worse.

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Andrew H. Stevenson

What is the Difference Between Sexual Imposition and Gross Sexual Imposition?

Sexual Imposition is offensively touching another person in a sexual manner or touching another person in a sexual erogenous zone. Gross Sexual Imposition is an enhanced or aggravated version of Sexual Imposition. Usually Gross Sexual Imposition occurs when the offender uses force, the victim cannot consent due to being intoxicated, or the victim is less than 13 years old.

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Andrew H. Stevenson

Can I Withdraw or Undo My Guilty Plea?

Have you already pleaded guilty to a criminal charge and are wondering if you can undo or take back what you did? The answer depends mostly on whether you are seeking to withdraw your guilty plea BEFORE or AFTER you have been sentenced.

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Andrew H. Stevenson

Self Defense and the USCCA

Attorney Andrew H. Stevenson has been a proud member of the Critical Response Team for the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) since 2017. The USCCA is a membership and advocacy program that is dedicated to protecting individuals who wish to exercise their Second Amendment Right to carry a concealed firearm.

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Andrew H. Stevenson Attorney at Law LLC

Can Police Conduct A Search Without A Warrant?

Under certain circumstances, the police are authorized to conduct a search without first obtaining a search warrant. Below I discuss the most common situations when the police can conduct a search without a warrant.

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Andrew H. Stevenson Attorney at Law LLC

The Police Want to Talk to Me - Should I Talk to Them?

You should NEVER speak to the police without an attorney. There are NO exceptions to this rule. However, people still do, and throughout my career I have heard many different reasons why people decided to speak to law enforcement on their own.  I have listed a few of the reasons, and why they are not well founded.

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