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Miami Sex Crimes Attorney

Sex crimes are taken seriously in Florida and often looked at with scorn. They are not looked at as favorable. Even those simply accused of sex crimes may be called horrible names such as “predator” or “pervert,” especially if a minor was involved.

These crimes may be charged at the state or federal level. They may be misdemeanors or felonies. Punishment may include fines, jail time, sex offender registration, and more.

Being charged with a sex crime is hard to overcome. You will need a strong defense to overcome the charges as well as the stigma involved. A Miami sex crimes attorney from Asilia Law Firm will help you defend your constitutional rights.

Types of Sex Crimes 

A person may be charged with a variety of sex crimes in Florida, including the following:

  • Unlawful sexual intercourse or any other sexual penetration of the vagina, anus, or mouth of another person, with or without force, and against the person’s will or without their consent.
  • Statutory rape. Sexual intercourse with a minor, even if the minor consents, when the age difference between the individuals involved violates the law. The legal age of consent varies by jurisdiction.
  • Sexual assault. Any non-consensual sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of the victim. This can include touching or groping in a sexual manner without consent.
  • Child sexual abuse. Sexual abuse involving a child, which can include any sexual activity with a minor, whether physical or non-physical, such as exposure to sexually explicit material or grooming behaviors.
  • Child pornography. This involves images and videos of minors in sexually explicit poses. They may be nude or engaged in sexual activity with other minors or adults. Downloading, sharing, and promoting child porn are all illegal activities.
  • Sexual harassment. Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that creates a hostile or offensive environment.
  • Sexual exploitation. Exploitation of another person for sexual purposes, often involving coercion, manipulation, or abuse of power. This can include activities such as human trafficking, prostitution, or the production and distribution of child pornography.
  • Indecent exposure. Intentionally exposing one’s genitals in public or in the presence of others without their consent.
  • Sexual misconduct. Broadly defined as any behavior of a sexual nature that is inappropriate or offensive, often encompassing a range of behaviors from harassment to assault.
  • Sexual relations or marriage between closely related individuals, typically within the same family.

Contact Asilia Law Firm Today

Sex crime allegations can be humiliating and shameful. Prosecutors are hostile. The stakes are high and it may seem like everyone is against you.

You need someone who can build you a strong defense and uphold your rights. The team at Asilia Law Firm can help. A Miami sex crime attorney can serve as your advocate. Fill out the online form or call (786) 420-3014 to schedule a consultation.

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