Utah Code 76-5-401.2 prohibits a person person from having any sexual conduct with a minor if, the person is 10 or more years older than the minor. The 21 year old is less than 10 years older than you. So, as long as, the sexual conduct is consensual the 21 year old cannot get charged with a...View More
Sexual exploitation of a minor (Utah Code 76-5b-201)
Degree-2nd Degree Felony
Elements-A defendant commits sexual exploitation of a minor: when they: knowingly produce , possess, or possess with intent to distribute child pornography ; or intentionally distribute or view child...View More
Depends on the underlying offense. For instance, a DUI class B misdemeanor will have some mandatory terms of probation. Where other offenses may simply have community service, fine, and no further violations.
You would have to tell me exactly what you were charged with before I could tell...View More
Charges include Charge1- 58-37-8(1)(A)(III), Charge2-58-37-(2)(D), Charge 3- 76-10-503(3)(A), Charge4- 58-37A-5(1), Charge 5- 76-8-305. My friend does have a past but has completed drug treatment programs and has always followed the ruled of his probation. The case sounds bad but he had only... View More
It is wise to have an attorney anytime you are charged with a crime. If your friend cannot afford an attorney the court will appoint an attorney to represent him. A public defender is an attorney and they can represent(i.e., fight for)your friend.
The sooner your friend requests a public...View More
In Utah, defendant commits sexual exploitation of a minor: when they: knowingly produce , possess, or possess with intent to distribute child pornography ; or intentionally distribute or view child pornography; or if the defendant is a minor’s parent or legal guardian and they knowingly consent...View More
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