If you have been accused of rape in San Diego, one possible defense may be that the alleged victim actually consented to the sexual conduct.
California Allows Prison Inmates to Earn Work Time Credits While Incarcerated
In California, defendants convicted of a crime and sentenced to a determinate term in the state prison are generally required to serve their entire sentence imposed by the court except for a reduction in the time served as a result of their performance in work, training or education programs organized “California Allows Prison Inmates to Earn Work Time Credits While Incarcerated”
Indeterminate Commitment on Certain Sexually Violent Offenders
In California, the Sexually Violent Predators Act provides for the involuntary indeterminate civil commitment of certain sex offenders who are found to be sexually violent predators. A “SVP” is a person who has been convicted of a sexually violent offense against one or more victims, and who has a diagnosed “Indeterminate Commitment on Certain Sexually Violent Offenders”
California Imposes Life Sentences for Specified Sex Crimes
In California, many people are familiar with the terms “three strikes” or “multiple strikes” convictions. Such terms refer to a California law that has dramatically increased punishment for individuals convicted of felony offenses who have previously been convicted of one or more serious or violent felonies. Persons with two or “California Imposes Life Sentences for Specified Sex Crimes”