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Top Representation for Sexual Contact with a Student in Missouri

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Carver, Cantin and Mynarich, LLC has represented numerous school employees charged with sexual contact with a student in Missouri. The current statute making such contact a crime can be found at RSMo. §566.086 https://revisor.mo.gov/main/OneSection.aspx?section=566.086, which states: A person commits the offense of sexual contact with a student if he or…

Can that Altered Serial Number on the Firearm Seized from Your Client Still Be Seen with the Naked Eye?

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If So, Object to that Four-Level Enhancement Citing the Sixth Circuit’s Recent Decision in U.S. v. Sands, 948 F.3d 709 (6th Cir. 2020). When a defendant pleads guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm, there are several enhancements that may be applied under the guidelines. For example,…

What You Need to Know About Missouri’s “Revenge Porn” Statute

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First, imagine a scenario where a couple is stuck in their home because of the coronavirus. They are drinking some cocktails, and they get the idea to make some “home movies” of the more risqué variety.  Skip ahead a month and they are sick of sheltering in place and even…

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