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Today I have a guest blogger that is going to be discussing the importance of hiring a “sex crime lawyer.” I recommend this article, especially if have strong basis for you being found not guilty. I think most of my followers are not criminals, however life throws us curve balls so it’s best to be ready for anything.
Importance of Hiring a Sex Crime Lawyer
Sexual crimes are serious concerns that carry harsh punishments. Any sexual act prohibited by law is treated as the sex crime. These crimes carry great deal of social stigma. Sex crimes are many which include rape, sexual abuse, statutory rape, indecent exposure and children molestation charges. If you are a completely innocent person being accused of a sex crime, then you should need a qualified criminal defense lawyer representing you. This is because being charged with a sex crime can be a distressing to your daily life and reputation. So it is very important to hire reputed sex crime lawyer.
Investigations are most powerful when experts are guided by specialized knowledge, sensitive to the needs and interests of victims etc. This process is carried out by the officials by examining the latest trends, thorough investigation and well preparing for trial. These law enforcement officers guide you in each and every step of the emerging trends and new laws and also analyze how they are influencing investigations. These officials have proper and effective methods to carry out the investigation procedures for sex crime cases.
The first step involved in investigation process is that, when you report the crime to the police, then it is referred as a complaint. It gives the brief details and an initial record of the crime. Then police ask you to make the statement.
Now, your specialized attorney who is trained to work with victims of sexual assault will take care of your case and collect the details of your case. For this, they do lot of investigation and work hard day and night to get the best evidence.
Are the person arrested due to sex crime which you did not commit? This is really a worse condition that society also blames you. So search for the right attorney who stands back of you to remove your hassle. An attorney should have a strong legal mind and good reputation in the community. He or she should be daring and confident enough to handle the toughest cases and not backing down.
Sex crimes are quiet complicated and thus an attorney should have extensive knowledge to smoothly win the case. Experienced lawyers have thorough understanding everything about criminal laws and jurisprudence. Also, provide you the peace of mind in specific criminal court cases. They are always for you recognize your difficulties and solve them easily. The highly skilled advocates have professional relationships with lawyers, judges, police officers, thus can carry out their services in a highly manner.
Experienced criminal lawyers provide you with extra legal support and advice in the case of severe penalty. They put their maximum efforts and work with you day and night to give you relief. As they are experienced with number of cases, they will have an idea about how to deal the case in a perfect manner.
About the Author: – Robert Pennington is an established sex crime attorney in New Jersey. He has been in this field since long time and tackles various types of criminal cases. Apart from his profession, he also likes to provide information upon several criminal cases such as crimes against children, DUI, sex crimes etc.
On the behalf of Mark Perenich :
Whether one thinks fluoride is good or bad one thing is for certain it is not like a normal food supplement. Even if a patient thought they were fluoride deficient and worried about dental carries, they could not go to a store and buy a bottle of fluoride tablets. They must get a prescription from a doctor and have it filled at pharmacy. This begs the question: If fluoride is so toxic that it must be handled as drug given on a prescription basis under the direction of a physician, why then should it be dumped indiscriminately in the water supply. Especially, in light of the fact adding fluoride to the water supply is practically medicating citizens without their consent? In medicine the same drug dose for a child or the elderly is different from that of a healthy adult. However, with placing fluoride in the water supply every one gets roughly the same dose of a prescription drug. Additionally, nearly all dental treatments where fluoride is used none of it is to be ingested, but rather applied topically. It should be noted that most European nations do not put fluoride in their water supply and do not have high rates of dental carries. One would think if fluoride was so important to preventing dental carries countries without it in the water supply should have astronomical rates of tooth decay, but fact is they don’t. So in final analysis Fluoride is not a harmless mineral applied to the water supply, it is a powerful ingredient used pesticides/herbicides. Outside of your drinking water it must be obtained by prescription and when it is applied to prevent carries in dental practice it is never given for ingestion. Citizens ought to know these things about a drug placed in their water supply so they can make informed decisions. However, whether you are for fluoride or against it the truth is if you live in Pinellas County fluoride is back.
“Fluoride’s back!” Pt 1
Note that Mr. Perenich is not a medical Doctor.
For those who are unaware fluoride was taken out of the Pinellas County drinking water supply in December 2011 due to concerns of cost and toxic effects of fluoride ingestion. About a year later after a vigorous campaign by dentist and politicians to put fluoride back into the water supply new county commissioners were elected who did as promised putting fluoride back in the drinking water.
Fluoride is a mineral which can be found in some natural drinking water supplies. Fluoride is thought to react in the human body to promote calcium deposition in the formation of bones and teeth, theoretically making bones and teeth more dense. This is why most dentists support the idea of giving fluoride to patients to prevent dental carries.
However, scientists and toxicologists also know fluoride like other naturally occurring minerals such as lead and arsenic is toxic too. Fluoride’s toxicity is well known to the pesticide and herbicide industries, who use it as a key ingredient in their products.[i] Fluoride is also used in certain anti-anxiety, antidepressant, chemotherapy, antibiotic, and psychotropic drugs. Too much fluoride in patients can cause skeletal fluorosis. This condition is caused by fluoride’s interference with the normal calcium deposition process in bone formation, which leads to dense but brittle and weak bones. This condition can be debilitating and painful.
Even though many people stand for the use of fluoride in the water system, both toothpaste manufacturers and dentists administering fluoride rinse warn patients not to swallow such products. Fluoride ingestion is so serious that it can cause death in an amount as small as two grams or approximately one teaspoon.[ii] Reports in the medical literature document a relationship between fluoride in the drinking water and low IQ; the more fluoride the lower IQ (intelligence quotient) of children.[iii] A more recent study published by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health also noticed this trend between fluoride levels and decreases in IQ.[iv] Michael R. Dobbs author of a neurotoxicology textbook states “fluoride at levels found from drinking fluorinated water could be potentially harmful to the developing nervous system.”[v] Disturbingly, Dobbs also suggests free radicals associated with fluoride could be a potential risk factor in “developing Alzheimer’s disease.”[vi]
This will be continued in part 2: see the link below.
[i] Geoffrey Smith, “Fluoridation—are the dangers resolved?” New Scientist. 1983 May 5. 286 – 7.
[ii]Richard D Shin, Mark A Silverberg. Fluoride Toxicty. Medscape Reference. (accessed July 22, 2013 athttp://emedicine.medscape.com/article/814774-overview#a0199) January 14, 2013.
[iii] Shivaprakrah PK, Ohri K, Noorani H. Relation between dental fluorosis and intelligence quotient in school children of Bagalkot district. Journal of Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventative Dentistry. 2011; 29: 117 – 120.
[iv] Choi AL, Sun G, Zhang Y, Grandjean P. Developmental Fluoride Neurotoxicity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2012; 10: 1362 – 1368.
[v] Michael R. Dobbs. Clinical Neurotoxicology: Syndromes, Substances, Environments (Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier, 2009) 197 – 8.