Sex Crimes

Florida Sex Crimes

The state of Florida has some of the toughest sex crime laws in the nation. If you have been arrested for a sex crime charge, not only do you face an aggressive prosecution from the State Attorney’s Office, you also face a negative stigma. This negative stigma with a sex-related charge can impact your ability to have a fair trial. Sometimes accusations of rape or child molestation are manufactured and stem from a vindictive motivation to get a former relationship partner into legal trouble.

Thus, anyone in Florida facing a sex-related crime needs to consider seeking the help of a sex crime attorney. It is imperative that you have a knowledge attorney in your corner fighting for you. This is true even if you simply suspect that such an accusation will be made. The Fletcher Law Practice is known to handle a wide variety of sex crimes. No matter the crime, Attorney Rick Fletcher will give your case the time and attention it deserves.

In most cases involving sex crimes, a person could find themselves facing life-altering penalties. For example, multiple years of imprisonment, lifelong registration as a sex offender or sex predator, thousands of dollars in fines, and probation. Law enforcement often expend significant time and resources to prosecute sex crimes. These can include anything ranging from prostitution, rape or sexual battery, child molestation, internet sex crimes and child pornography.

We Can Help You

If you or a loved one has been accused of one of these types of sex crimes, The Fletcher Law Practice is here to help during this frightening time. In other words, Attorney Rick Fletcher will treat you with dignity and respect. We will work diligently to craft a defense that will give you the best chance of avoiding a conviction. Do not waste any more time debating what to do. Start building your defense today and call The Fletcher Law Practice for a free consultation.

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