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Missouri man accused of sodomy, child pornography possession

The internet is an interesting, complicated world. While it places easily accessible information at many users' fingertips, there are also those who use it maliciously, including creating applications and websites intended to harm a person's computer or potentially lead to criminal charges. Unfortunately, one man in Missouri was recently arrested on charges related to statutory sodomy and possession of child pornography after he claims videos automatically downloaded onto his tablet.

Missouri robbery suspects accused of possession of drugs

When a person is charged with a crime, there must be sufficient evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. This standard is purposefully set high in order to prevent wrongful convictions. As a result, simply being in the area when a crime allegedly occurs is likely insufficient to meet this high standard. Unfortunately, two men in Missouri have recently been arrested after accusations of a robbery. They are now accused of possession of drugs in addition to charges related to the alleged robbery.

Worker at Missouri care facility charged with statutory rape

Some people have struggles in life. For many, these struggles start at a young age, resulting in interventions such as a stay at a facility that provides behavioral health services. Unfortunately, officials in Missouri have accused an employee at such a facility of statutory rape as a result of his alleged relationship with a teenager who resides at the facility.

Criminal law: 2 Missouri men plead guilty to drug charges

A person who is facing criminal charges in Missouri often has many decisions to make -- decisions that will likely have a major impact on the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, the average person has little experience with matters of criminal law, leaving them unprepared to make informed decisions if they are accused of a crime. As a result, they seek guidance from professionals who do have such experience.

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May 2017 Archives | St. Louis Criminal Law Blog