For this reason it is often said that such allegations are easy to make but difficult to defend and so the defence must be pro-active in preparing their defence, often before a person has even been charged.
Common examples of sexual offences include sexual assault, rape, indecent treatment of children, unlawful carnal knowledge and the possession/distribution of child exploitation material. With significant improvements in the detection and investigation of child exploitation material offences by police it is critical for a lawyer to have a technical understanding of how offending material can be stored, downloaded or transmitted so as to properly explore if any defences are available to a defendant.
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