Darren Sanders, NFL Baltimore Ravens’ Senior Director of Security, was charged with a fourth degree sex offense in Baltimore, Maryland. The incident occurred on December 14, 2014 and Sanders is due back in court on February 9, 2015. The alleged crime is punishable by up to one year in jail and/or $1,000 fine. In Minnesota, this would be categorized as a Gross Misdemeanor. Sanders has since denied any and all claims against him. Sanders was famously in the news back in 2004 when he shot himself with his own gun during a game. He was also in the news in regards to the NFL’s Ray Rice controversy.
A stadium worker said that Sanders groped her, forced himself against her, and kissed her after a game. She also alleged that he tried to make her grab his genitals. Sanders has now been placed on leave while the NFL investigates the allegations. The worker also filed a Peace Order against him. In Minnesota, individuals usually obtain an Order For Protection or a Harassment Restraining Order to ensure no contact with the perpetrator. To obtain an Order For Protection or Harassment Restraining Order, a petition must be filed in court. A hearing may be held depending on the circumstances. If granted, the order will protect the Petitioner. Orders For Protection are the same as Harassment Restraining Orders but are used in situations involving individuals in a significant relationship.
Keller Law Offices has been successful in getting Orders For Protection against our clients dismissed. Keller Law Offices has also had success in obtaining Orders For Protection and Harassment Restraining Orders for individuals seeking protection. Keller Law Offices offers free consultations. The criminal attorneys at Keller Law Offices are well suited to handle Criminal Sexual Conduct and Harassment Restraining Order cases. NFL’s Sanders will need a criminal attorney to fight the charges against him. Contact 952-913-1421 today.