If you’re accused of criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota, a potential conviction can alter your life forever. In addition to criminal penalties, you can also face the requirement to register as a sex offender, which can impact where you live and where you are allowed to work – even places you are allowed to visit for leisure.
Here’s what you need to know about criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota and what evidence is used to secure a conviction in the state.The Five Degrees of Minnesota Criminal Sexual Conduct
In the state, criminal sexual conduct is divided into five potential degrees. You can be accused of one of the following depending on the alleged activity that took place: