I HIGHLY endorse this lawyer. I personally rate Nicole the most skilled and professional Criminal Defense Attorney in Michigan. I am extremely confident in her abilities. She is a master trial lawyer as well as a great advocate for her clients when they want to settle their case. If you are confronted with any criminal or sex crime offense I highly encourage you to call her.
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Nicole Blank Becker of Blank Law, PC is a powerhouse in the field of law and has a unique skill set that sets her apart from every other Michigan defense attorney.
Prior to going into private practice, Nicole was a prosecutor given the awesome responsibility of running the Sex Crimes Unit and the Child Abuse Unit for years in Macomb County, Michigan.
With Lawyer Nicole Blank Becker’s prior experience as Chief of Sex Crimes Unit and Child Abuse Crimes Unit in Macomb County, she has been on both sides of the law for the past 20 years. Her journey as a successful attorney started in law school at Wayne State University. After graduating in 2000, she started he career as a defense attorney, then an assistant prosecutor, and now back to private practice as a defense attorney focused solely on your sex crime and criminal sexual conduct cases. As an experienced sex crimes lawyer, Nicole is aggressive and knows exactly how to navigate the system having handled thousands of sexual abuse crimes and criminal sexual conduct cases in Michigan, and throughout the United States.
Nicole’s experience in Macomb County as Chief of Sex Crimes Unit and Child Abuse Unit in Michigan puts her in a unique position of already knowing the prosecutions’ next move. As the Chief of the Sex Crimes Unit, Nicole was the one who was in charge of teaching other prosecutors and police officers how to approach a sex offense charge, how to investigate a sex offense charge and how to handle all the ins and outs of sex crime and criminal sexual conduct cases.
No other Attorney in Michigan can say the same! That makes Nicole a Powerhouse focused on your sex crime case.
A: When it comes to charging a suspect with possession of, or distribution of, sexual material, there must be evidence of the visual depiction of a minor (which, in Michigan is 18 years old when it comes to computer crimes). The minor has to be engaged in sexually explicit conduct and those images were mailed, sent over social media, emailed, etc. This crime is a felony.
A person who "accosts" a child less than 16 years old (regardless of whether the person knows the age of the child) with the intent to induce/force that child to commit an immoral act (i.e. sexual intercourse, gross indecency, etc.) or if a person encourages a child under 16 years old to engage in any immoral act as
stated above, can be found guilty of a felony.
Typically, if a phone was used, i.e. text message, social media, email, that is Evidence of the crime. ... Read More