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Michigan CSC Charge – What Happens When Accusers Changes Story

Being accused of rape or any kind of sex crime can turn your life upside down. Being charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) in Michigan can truly change the course of your life and the lives of your loved ones.

Fortunately, many sex crime cases based on false accusations do not end in conviction. No formal charges are filed because the criminal defense attorney(s) at work are smart, experienced and dedicated enough to prove the innocence of the person being accused of. And if the testimony of the accuser changes all the time, it will have a huge impact on the overall decision of the court.

What Happens When Accusers Change Story

What Happens When Accusers Changes Story?

Accusers changes their story from time to time and sometimes quite significantly. This is quite common if the accuser is a young child making claims of sexual abuse to their parents, teachers, guardians and other adults.

It is not uncommon for alleged victim’s story to change or even expand overtime.  Sometimes, the accuser will state new stories or tell far severe allegations that were never stated before on the court. There are many reasons behind this including the influence of their guardians, false implanted memories, projecting the abuse of one person to another and many more. But regardless of the reason, when the accusers changes their story, it will have a huge impact on the case and the overall decision of the court.

Unfortunately, even though the alleged victim’s story changes from time to time, the government can still prosecute you for a sex crime especially if the alleged victim is a young child. Even if the accuser tells the court that you didn’t sexually assaulted her at all, the prosecution can still claim that you assaulted the victim and she is just renouncing her previous statement out of fear or court pressure.

This means that the alleged victim’s changing of story can’t simply make the case go away. You must immediately hire a reliable criminal defense lawyer that focuses on sexual conduct and crimes. A good criminal defense lawyer can prove your total innocence in front of the court, in front of the judge and jurors.

If you or someone you know is charged with a sex crime, do not hesitate to contact a lawyer immediately. If you are around Michigan, you can always contact Michigan sex crimes attorney – Nicole Blank Becker anytime of the day. Nicole Blank Becker has represented clients with various CSC charges throughout the state of Michigan.

3150 Livernois Rd. Suite 126
Troy, MI 48083
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