Hire Robert Dodell as Your Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer
Sex crimes cover a wide range of sexual offenses. Generally, such crimes include:
Child Molestation – Intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual contact, except sexual contact with the female breast, with a child who is under fifteen years of age.
Sexual Conduct with a Minor – Intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with any person under 18 years of age.
Sexual Abuse – Intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual contact with someone over the age of 15 without that person’s consent, or engaging in sexual contact with someone under the age of 15 years old, if the contact involves only the female breast.
Sexual Assault (Rape) – intentionally or knowing and engaging in sexual conduct with a person without their consent.
Sexual Misconduct – Intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual intercourse with a client under the care of a licensed behavioral health professional, psychiatrist or psychologist.
Indecent Exposure – With the exception of breastfeeding, exposing genitals, anus, or a woman’s breasts constitutes indecent exposure, particularly if the person committed the act knowing that someone else would be offended or alarmed by it. Depending on whether the exposure is to adult or a minor under 15 years of age, this crime can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony.
Child Pornography – It is illegal to distribute, download, transport, sell, purchase or possess as any film, image or depiction of someone under the age of 18 engaged in a sexual act
Failure to Register – Anyone convicted of a sex offense who does not register as a sex offender or verify their registration as required by law is susceptible to additional criminal charges
Prostitution – Engaging in prostitution, whether as a prostitute, someone hiring a prostitute or as a pimp. Depending on the type of prostitution offense, this crime can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony.
Sex crimes are especially serious charges, where many of the offenses require mandatory imprisonment. So serious are these offenses, many sex offenses have no statute of limitation at all. As such, a person could always be charged with a serious sex offense, regardless of how much time has passed since the alleged incident. In addition, many sex crimes require that the offender register as a sex offender, which is public information and severely limits where you can live and work.
If you stand accused of such an offense, contact Robert A. Dodell, Attorney at Law, now. Your freedom, your rights and your future are at stake. It is very important that you speak to an experienced and aggressive sex crimes attorney who is familiar with such matters. Robert provides individual service when protecting your rights. Contact Robert A. Dodell, Attorney at Law, directly by email or by calling 480-860-4321 now for a free initial consultation.