Our society aims to protect its most vulnerable members with a range of laws against sexual misconduct. If you’ve been accused of committing a sexual offense, there’s a lot at stake, including your freedom, job, family, reputation and even your home.
When you have been accused of a sex crime, even if the allegations are false, you may find that you are treated as guilty because sex offenses carry a stigma that many other crimes may not.
Marc Grano at Grano Law Office, P.C. provides the aggressive legal representation you need to fight to restore your rights, life, and reputation.
What Are Sex Offenses?
Sex offenses include a range of sexual crimes like criminal sexual contact, criminal sexual penetration, criminal sexual contact of a minor, criminal sexual penetration of a minor, indecent exposure, Enticement of a child, child molestation, rape, and prostitution. Criminal sexual contact, criminal sexual penetration, criminal sexual contact of a minor, criminal sexual penetration of a minor, enticement of a child, rape are felonies, and they can carry multi-year prison sentences. (Most having mandatory minimum sentences.) For cases involving children, the length of the sentence often depends on the age of the child. If you are convicted of these charges, you may also have to register as a sex offender, resulting in an additional loss of liberties and rights.