If you are wondering if you can afford to fight a sex crime charge in Florida, you should be asking: Can you afford not to? Failing to fight a sex crime allegation can result in more than just a prison term or the stigma of sex offender registration.
If you have been arrested, or if you are under investigation for a sex crime in Florida, you should know that the police and prosecutors are under tremendous public pressure to be seen as tough on sex crimes.
Do not volunteer information to the police or make any statements without first securing the services of a proven criminal defense lawyer. At The Bigney Law Firm, we fight for the rights of men, women and juvenile clients facing allegations of serious sex crimes, including:
The Bigney Law Firm Will Defend The Following Sex Crimes Allegations:
- Rape, sexual assault and sexual battery
- Capital sexual battery
- Statutory rape and date or acquaintance rape
- Online solicitation of a minor
- Possession or distribution of Internet child pornography
- Molestation and child sexual assault
- Prostitution and solicitation
- Lewd and lascivious conduct
- Indecent exposure
- “Sexting”, or using text, e-mail or instant messages (IM) in furtherance of a sex crime such as sending nude pictures of minors
- Sealing and expungement so that you can have a fair shot at a second chance after a wrongful arrest or error in judgment
- Federal crimes of all kinds<
When your reputation and future are at stake, there is no such thing as a minor criminal charge. No case is too large or too small for our attorneys.
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