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Sex crimes include a number of different criminal offenses, but these types of crimes generally involve illegal or coerced sexual conduct.
Florida state law prohibits various types of sex crimes, such as rape and sexual assault, and has its own time limit (or “statute of limitations”) in which victims of sex crimes may file a lawsuit. Regardless of severity, people convicted of sex crimes in Florida are considered “sex offenders” and their names may be added to state and federal sex offender registries.
The sex crime defense lawyers at Salnick & Fuchs understand that a sex-related criminal charge can have a devastating impact on your life. We have helped countless individuals charged with sex crimes create a legal defense to protect their rights and obtain the best results possible.
If you are under investigation for a crime involving illegal sexual conduct, or have already been criminally charged, Salnick & Fuchs, P.A. can help.
We'll create an aggressive strategy to defend you against criminal charges and reach a favorable solution.
We'll prepare your case for trial and negotiate with prosecutors, ensuring you get the best results possible.
We operate with discretion to preserve your reputation after a criminal charge.
Illegal sexual conduct involving a minor can carry harshest criminal sentences in Florida.
Prostitution charges in Florida include the paying for or requesting payment for sex.
In Florida, sex crimes may be related to the use of the Internet.
Child pornography charges can include the possession or distribution pornographic material involving minors.
Chat rooms are sometimes used to solicit sexual acts, and can be used to support criminal charges.