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False Accusations

Autor: Nik Greene
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1612044913
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The author was accused of molesting a child and spends 3 years in the court system to clear himself of those false charges.

False Accusations

Autor: Alan Jacobson
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497655943
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A surgeon charged with double homicide is out to clear his name in this debut thriller from the USA Today–bestselling author of the Karen Veil series. Dr. Phillip Madison has everything: wealth, power, and an impeccable reputation. But in the pre-dawn hours of a quiet California suburb, the revered orthopedic surgeon is charged with double homicide—a cold-blooded hit-and-run that has left an innocent young couple dead. Blood evidence has brought the police to his door. An eyewitness has placed him at the crime scene . . . and Madison has no alibi. With his family torn apart, his career forever damaged, no way to prove his innocence, and facing life in prison, Madison hires an investigator to find the person who has engineered the case against him. As his privileged world is brought crashing down by a psychotic seductress, as family and friends abandon him, Madison’s only hope for vindication rests in revealing a truth at the heart of a lie. It is a disclosure that could cost him more than he ever imagined. False Accusations is a psychological thriller that instantly became a national bestseller and launched Alan Jacobson’s career, a novel that spurred CNN to call him “one of the brightest stars in the publishing industry.”

True And False Allegations Of Child Sexual Abuse

Autor: Tara Ney
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134862334
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True and False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse addresses, through the expertise of a diverse group of scholars and practitioners, current research and the clinical, legal, and ethical issues that arise in sexual abuse cases.

Masculinity And Sexuality

Autor: Richard C. Friedman
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
ISBN: 9780880489621
File Size: 4,29 MB
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Masculinity and Sexuality: Selected Topics in the Psychology of Men sheds light on clinical issues important in the treatment of all male patients. Sexual experiences and related attitudes of patients and therapists influence symptoms, treatment, and outcome across diverse diagnostic categories. Chapters cover clinical issues related to * Men's sexual thoughts, impulses, and desires and the way they are organized into erotic fantasies including the differences that exist in the way men and women experience sexual fantasy* Heterosexuality as part of a developmental phase that includes the capacity for intimacy and love* Erectile dysfunction including a paradigm for integrating the biological and psychological factors that together influence male sexual dysfunction* The role of fatherhood in psychological development during adulthood* The casualties of recovered memory therapy -- the victimization of fathers by children who make false allegations of sexual abuse

Da Ming L

Autor: Yonglin Jiang
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 9780295984490
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Imperial China's dynastic legal codes provide a wealth of information for historians, social scientists, and scholars of comparative law and of literary, cultural, and legal history. One of the most important law codes in Chinese history, the Ming Code regulated all the perceived major aspects of social affairs, aiming at the harmony of political, economic, military, familial, ritual, international, and legal relations in the empire and cosmic relations in the universe. Providing us with rich materials on Ming history, it is a fundamental source for understanding Chinese society and culture.

False Accusations Of Rape

Autor: John Davis BA JD LLM
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781508971931
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This controversial book explores the comparisons between the over 10,000 lynchings during the "Jim Crow" era in the United States, and, contemporary rape hysteria in modern times. This book shows how the government is openly sponsoring, and financing, a lynch mob mentality that not only leads to the death and assault of innocent men, but, affects large segments of our demographics. As an example, Mr. Davis explores the current rape hysteria that is prevalent on U.S. campuses, and, how that rape hysteria has created a hostile environment for men (with the consequence that the number of male graduates from U.S. colleges and universities is plummeting). Mr. Davis shows how our culture, and our judicial system, have been corrupted to insure the conviction of innocent men who are accused of rape, and, to encourage women to make false accusations of rape. He explains, in this book, how the government actually pays women to make false accusations of rape. Through citations to scholarly articles, and real case studies, Mr. Davis shows how the real rate of false accusations of rape is almost 60%, and, how our culture is promoting violence against innocent men merely to fulfill and obsession that is identical to the obsession that lead to lynchings at the turn of the 20th century. Finally, Mr. Davis explores the necessary steps we must take to prevent rape hysteria from undermining our culture and our justice system. The book includes many graphics illustrating, in simple terms, complex concepts regarding false accusations of rape. It also contains various draft legislation pieces for addressing, and appropriately punishing, women who falsely accuse men of rape.

Catholic Priests Falsely Accused

Autor: David F. Pierre
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456605992
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We must continue to demand justice and compassion for victims of Catholic clergy abuse. This is not optional. Time and time again in recent years, Catholics and non-Catholics alike have been horrified by hideous stories of wretched abuse and betrayal. However, there is a side of the Catholic Church abuse narrative that is not getting the attention it warrants. Countless priests in the United States have been falsely accused of committing horrendous child abuse. Topics in this book include: ... how the most recent figures indicate that one third of accused priests have been accused falsely; ... the stunning court declaration with the opinion from a retired FBI investigator that "one half" of all accusations are "entirely false" or "greatly exaggerated"; ... the American cardinal who has been the target of two bogus abuse charges; ... how accusers have retained huge monetary settlements even though their allegations later proved to be false; ... the father of an accuser who appeared at the funeral of an accused priest and apologized for the false allegation that his son leveled; ... the Catholic archbishop who tells of being spat upon by a member of SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests); ... the monsignor who waited five years to be exonerated of abuse charges even though his alleged victims denied that they were molested; plus much more.

Practical Aspects Of Rape Investigation

Autor: Robert R. Hazelwood
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420065053
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U.S. Justice Department statistics indicate that only 26 percent of all rapes or attempted rapes are reported to law enforcement officials, and only slightly more than half of these result in the arrest of a suspect. Part of the problem lies in the public’s lack of faith in the criminal justice system’s ability to effectively deal with rape, victims, and the offenders. Practical Aspects of Rape Investigation: A Multidisciplinary Approach, Fourth Edition presents several new research findings and forensic techniques which enable agencies to overcome past impediments to successful intervention and prosecution. This revision of the perennial bestseller adds several new chapters and expertly advances the state of knowledge for police, health professionals, rape crisis staffs, and other criminal justice professionals. The book begins with a focus on the victim and reviews contemporary issues in the field of sexual violence, discusses the impact of sexual assault on the victim, and outlines victim care services. Then, from an investigative perspective, the book examines the relevance of fantasy, impulsive and ritualistic behavior, the personality of the offender, victim and offender interviews, geographic profiling, false allegations, and false confessions. A discussion of forensics and the court includes topics on collection of evidence, medical examinations and treatment, and trial preparation issues. Lastly, the book examines special populations with sections on pedophiles, female and juvenile offenders, drug-facilitated rape, sexual sadism, abuse of the elderly, and the timely topic of educator misconduct. This work was compiled by former FBI Agent Robert R. “Roy” Hazelwood and Ann Wolbert Burgess, Professor of Psychiatric Nursing at Boston College. The comprehensive text they have assembled is the definitive resource for those who must contend with the crimes of rape and other sexual assaults.