If you are charged with a sexual assault crime, the penalties can be severe. A compassionate sex crime defense attorney understands that even those who are exonerated with a “not guilty” verdict can be negatively impacted long-term.
Sex Crime Law
Your choice of sex crime lawyer is important because of Florida’s tough laws on these offenses, such as the sexual battery description and punishments (“Sexual battery”: Title XLVI, Chapter 794.011), Florida Sexual Predators Act (Title XLVI, Chapter 775.21), and sex offender registration provisions (“Sexual offenders required to register with the department; penalty”: Title XLVII, Chapter 943.0435).
One of the most widely known types of charge for which a sex crime attorney is needed is possession of child pornography. This crime has been a recent focus of arrests in Polk County, with up to 50 people arrested at once and accused of this life-altering, potentially reputation-crippling charge. In sting operations that extensive, people are often falsely accused and have their privacy invaded.
Your sex crime defense attorney at Fulmer & Fulmer, PA, will be caring about the gravity of your situation while leveraging the legal expertise to develop your case, using the details of the charges and evidence to your advantage.
Sex Crime FAQs
Who is Considered a Sex Offender in Florida?
Who is Considered a Sexual Predator in Florida?
How Does a Sex Offender Register in Polk County?
How Frequently Do They Update the Florida Sex Offender Registry?
Can Juveniles Be Registered Sex Offenders in Florida?
Do You Have to Register as a Sex Offender in Florida if You Don’t Live Here Permanently?
What Does a Sex Offender Have to Do When Moving or Traveling Outside Florida?
What is the Romeo & Juliet Law?
How Can People Get More Details About Sex Offenders?
How Does a Person Notify the State About Sex Offenders?
What is Civil Commitment in Florida?
What are the Rules on Where Sex Offenders Can Live?
Can a Sex Offender Go to a Daycare Center, School, or Park?
How Can You End Status as a Sexual Predator and Get Off the Florida Sex Offender Registry?
What Happens if a Sex Offender Does Not Register?
Can You Have Social Media Profiles if You’re a Sex Offender?
Who Can Use Florida’s Cyber Communications System (CCS)?
Do People Stay on the Florida Sex Offender Registry After They Die?
Where Can I Look for Sex Offender Registries Outside of Florida?
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