Sex Crimes, Sex Offenders 14 years down the drain.

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  1. bulldogduck

    bulldogduck New Member

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    I was convicted back in 1996 of Battery with 'intent' to commit sexual assault resulting in substantial bodily harm. I have no memory of the incident as I was basically in an alcohol black-out. My 'victim asserted that I beat her up with the intention of raping her and that she contracted Hep "C" from me over this incident. After being paroled and having served a little over 14 years, I had a complete physical done including blood work. Well... It turns out I don't have Hep "C" so how was I supposed to have given this disease to her? Also why was her statement alone able to convict me? Does anyone out there have any advice for me? By the way, I don't have any money to pay an attorney to take my case.
     
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    There was apparently enough physical evidence to convict you.

    Did you not have legal representation?
     
  3. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    There is NO way this conviction will be overturned.

    The date to appeal has long expired.

    You only hope would be to apply for a pardon.

    In your state, this the website that discusses that procedure.

    http://www.pardons.nv.gov/
     
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    Yes I had a public defender but my conviction was a plea agreement on my part as I didn't have any recall of the incident and it was her word against no word. All I had at the time was my own knowledge of myself and that I really didn't believe I could ever do something like that. I was told by the public defender that if I didn't take the plea I would never get out of prison.
     
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    Thank-you for the info army judge.
     
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