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Sex Crime Lawyer in Miami

Have you been accused of a sex crime?

The social stigma surrounding sex crimes is immense. If you or a loved one has been accused of a sex crime, you need to obtain legal representation from a highly-skilled Miami sex crime lawyer at once. Any delay will put your case in jeopardy. Even the accusation that you have committed a sex crime could be enough to destroy your marriage, ruin your relationship with your family and your children, put a halt to your career aspirations and shatter your hopes for the future. A conviction will require that your name be added to the national sex offender registration database for all to see.

The Miami sex crime defense lawyers at Seltzer Law, P.A. stand ready to fight for your rights and we are committed to doing everything possible to preserve your freedom and your good name. There are very few lawyers with the criminal defense knowledge and expertise you will find at our firm. Our founding attorney is a former prosecutor with the State Attorney's Office who has devoted his career to defending the rights of our clients. We are widely recognized for our compassion and our legal abilities. We have helped numerous individuals get their cases dismissed or their charges reduced, and we have helped many others regain their freedom.

Sex crime charges? You need to speak with our Miami sex crime attorney now.

When an individual commits a crime that is sexual in nature of that involves an illegal sexual act, he or she is committing a sex crime. The type of sex crime you commit will determine the charges and penalties you will face. Most sex crime convictions will result in jail or prison time, fines, the mandatory registration as a sex offender and more. Sex crimes such as indecent exposure may seem like relatively harmless crimes, but they are often predecessors to other more serious sex crimes such as lewd and lascivious conduct or the solicitation of a minor.

If an individual sexually assaults another individual without his or her consent, the crime may be charged as either sexual battery or rape. Any person who engages in sexual acts with a minor under the age of 18 will be facing serious felony charges and the possibility of life imprisonment. The possession of child pornography and the distribution of child pornography, no matter if it is done in print form or online, are both sex crimes and individuals who are convicted will be labeled as sex offenders. The transmission of material harmful to a minor is a cybercrime penalized with up to 5 years in prison for each image transmitted. Prostitution, solicitation and the sex trafficking of minors are all sex crimes in our state. Contingent upon the age of the victim, whether a sexual disease was transmitted and various other factors, you could be charged with additional felonies.

Being accused of committing a sex crime can be a very humiliating experience. Unless you have an aggressive advocate fighting on your behalf, you have very little chance of avoiding a conviction and the mandatory registration as a sex offender. Our attorneys are here to provide you with the zealous representation and infallible defense strategy you deserve. From the beginning of your case, all the way through to the end, we will be here fighting to help you achieve the most optimum results. We are here 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to answer your questions and advise you on how to proceed. Act quickly before an arrest is made or charges are filed. Call a Miami sex crime attorney at our firm now.

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Located at 1200 Brickell Avenue, Suite 1440, Miami, FL 33131.
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