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Strong Results In Sex Offense And Title IX Cases

Over the last ten years, there has been a proliferation in prosecutors charging sex offense cases. This is especially true concerning high school and college students. Stanton D. Levenson, P.A. Law Offices, in Pittsburgh, has extensive experience and a winning track record in this area.

Our father-daughter team of Stanton D. Levenson and Amy B. Levenson Jones collaborates on every case they take. Stan brings experience, proven techniques, and straight talk. Amy brings youth, new thinking, and a female perspective.

When your future is at stake, it’s smart to have our team of two fighting on your behalf. Review some of our representative cases below.

DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, a college football player and outstanding student, was charged with indecently assaulting a female student.
OUTCOME:
He met her at a party, and they went outside together. He testified that their sexual activity was consensual. She denied it. She also denied having anything to drink. After photos of her dancing on a table holding a bottle of beer were introduced into evidence, Defendant was acquitted.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, a former head lifeguard at a country club studying for a PhD in Pharmacy, was charged with raping an assistant lifeguard.
OUTCOME:
He was acquitted after the introduction of work records showed she wasn’t working on the night of the alleged incident.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, an attorney, was convicted of possession of child pornography.
OUTCOME:
He received a sentence substantially below the guidelines based upon the argument that the child pornography guidelines should be ignored since they are based upon congressional direction and not upon empirical research.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, a youth minister, was charged with sexually assaulting an 11-year-old female parishioner.
OUTCOME:
He was acquitted based upon the lapse of time in making a complaint and cross-examination exposing the implausibility of her story.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, a Minister, was accused of indecently assaulting a young female parishioner.
OUTCOME:
He denied the accusation and presented evidence of his excellent character and reputation in the community. He also presented witnesses who testified to the alleged victim’s poor reputation in the community for truthfulness and honesty. The jury acquitted him.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant was a male teacher accused by a former male student of rape.
OUTCOME:
He was acquitted on the basis of cross-examination, which exposed numerous lies and inconsistencies.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant was accused by his son of numerous acts of physical and sexual abuse over a substantial period of time.
OUTCOME:
At the time the accusations were made, the son was living with his mother, who was going through a bitter divorce and custody proceeding with the Defendant. The son had a long and well-documented history of mental illness. Based upon those factors, the Defendant was acquitted.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, an airline pilot, was charged with indecent exposure.
OUTCOME:
He immediately sought mental health counseling. On that basis, he was given deferred prosecution, thereby enabling him to keep his job.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, a former hospital executive, was charged with child pornography based upon his possession of a book containing numerous naked photos of children used to illustrate a book written by a Pediatrician.
OUTCOME:
Defendant had purchased the book 30 years earlier at a university bookstore. At the time Defendant purchased the book, it was not a crime to possess child pornography. He was acquitted.
DESCRIPTION:
Defendant, a college senior who had been accepted to law school, was accused by a co-ed of rape.
OUTCOME:
He testified that she consented. She denied it. However, at the preliminary hearing, she admitted that she invited the Defendant to her dorm room and showed him a photo album of her modeling underwear. The Defendant filed a motion for production of the photo album which he then introduced into evidence. The jury acquitted.