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  • Is Revenge Porn Illegal in Minnesota?
    Is Revenge Porn Illegal in Minnesota?

    In modern romantic relationships, it is common for couples to share intimate photos and videos of each other through texts, e-mails, and other messaging services available on a cell phone or online. ...

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  • Final Four Sex Trafficking Bust in Minneapolis
    Final Four Sex Trafficking Bust in Minneapolis

    U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis hosted 2019 NCAA Final Four, where Virginia’s D-1 men’s basketball team won the NCAA Championship after 68 competed in this year’s March Madness. However, the Twin ...

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  • 5 Common Crimes of Online Dating
    5 Common Crimes of Online Dating

    Digital technology, especially in the form of cell phones, has drastically changed the way we live our lives, including how we meet new people and establish romantic relationships. What once had a ...

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  • Minnesota May Remove Statute of Limitations for Sex Crimes
    Minnesota May Remove Statute of Limitations for Sex Crimes

    In March, a bill was introduced by State Rep. Ilhan Omar (DFL-Minneapolis) and State Sen. Sandy Pappas (DFL-St. Paul) that would eliminate the statute of limitations for felony sex crimes . This means ...

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  • Is It Rape to Have Sex with Someone Who is Drunk?
    Is It Rape to Have Sex with Someone Who is Drunk?

    Minnesota law defines date rape as forcible sexual contact during a voluntary social engagement (i.e. a date) in which an individual does not intend to engage in sexual activities and resists any ...

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  • Are All Sex Offenders on Megan's Law?
    Are All Sex Offenders on Megan's Law?

    After the 1994 high-profile rape and murder of seven-year-old Megan Kanka in New Jersey by Jesse Timmendequas, a sex offender with two prior convictions of sex crimes against small children living ...

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