Sex Crimes

Sex Crimes in Arizona

Sex offenses are some of the most difficult cases to deal with as a defendant and as a defense lawyer. This is an area of criminal law where it is common to see large disparities between the strength of the government’s evidence, which is often based solely on a victim’s statement, and the massive penalties required by law if convicted. Sex crimes in Arizona, particularly, can result in very long prison sentences.

Why You Need A Sex Crimes Lawyer

False allegations can happen under various circumstances. They can be motivated by divorce, child custody issues, anger, and revenge. The allegation of committing a sex offense can have a tremendous, negative impact on your life. It may be difficult to recover from the damage such an allegation can do to your reputation, but being convicted of a sex crime is far worse. Many sex crimes in Arizona are alleged to be dangerous crimes against children, resulting in lengthy mandatory prison sentences. Other sex offenses, like possession of child pornography (even when it is just a case of having illegal images on your computer or cell phone rather than actually producing the images), can have even more severe consequences. Convictions often require lifetime probation and sex offender registration after release from prison. Defending yourself against an allegation of any kind of sexual misconduct is like navigating a minefield. One misstep can ruin your life. These kinds of charges require an experienced sex crimes lawyer.

If you or a loved one have been accused of committing a sex crime in Arizona, whether it is a charge of molestation, sexual assault, possession of child pornography, or even prostitution, you need an experienced sex crimes attorney.  Our knowledgeable sex crimes lawyer handles many types of sex offenses:

  • Sex Assault
  • Sex Abuse
  • Sexual Conduct With A Minor
  • Molestation
  • Child Pornography
  • Date Rape
  • Statutory Rape
  • Prostitution / Solicitation
  • Lewd Conduct
  • Indecent Exposure
  • Internet Sex Crimes

Call us for a free, confidential case assessment, call us at 520.314.4125 or contact us online.

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