Sex Crimes

Santa Clarita Sex Crime Attorney

Experienced Defense Against Sex Crime Charges in LA County 

While it is terrible being accused of any crime, a sex offense can have long-lasting consequences on your reputation. Even if you have fully served the penalties for a conviction, the stigma that comes from this charge can follow you for years.

This is why you should contact our skilled Santa Clarita sex crime attorney the moment you or a loved one has been accused. Particularly in the time of the #metoo movement, people have become increasingly likely to make severe accusations which are either greatly exaggerated or completely false. Tragically, such claims can change a person’s life forever. Our dedicated defense attorney at Lias Law Firm can take an aggressive stance against the allegations against you, in the hopes of defeating the consequences of these serious charges before they can have a negative impact on your everyday life.

Contact us online now or at (661) 529-7011 for a confidential consultation.

Sex Crime Cases We Handle 

At Lias Law Firm we have experience defending people against all types of sex crimes throughout Santa Clarita including the following:

  • Misdemeanor sex crimes:
    • Indecent exposure
    • Lewd conduct
    • Prostitution or solicitation
    • Failure to register as a sex offender (misdemeanor)
  • Felony sex crimes:
    • Lewd and lascivious acts
    • Sexual assault and battery
    • All types of Rape
    • Child sexual abuse
    • Possession or distribution of child pornography
    • Failure to register as a sex offender (felony)

What are the Penalties for Sex Crimes in California?

The laws in the state of California designate most sex crimes as either clear-cut felonies or crimes which could either be classified as a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the specific details of the case as well as your individual criminal background and history.

The penalties for these crimes can vary depending on the level of felony or misdemeanor. Some of the most common consequences of a sex crime conviction include:

  • Extensive time spent in jail
  • Large fines and fees
  • Stringent and often permanent restraining orders
  • Mandatory counseling
  • Extensive community service
  • The obligation to join the state sex offender registry, with annual updates of information

Navigating the Sex Offender Registry

The sex offender registry is online database that has your name, age, distinguishing characteristics and details about the crime that you were convicted of. This lasts for a lifetime so this can have a huge impact on finding a place to work and live.

If you have been forced to have your name on the state registry, it is crucial to regularly update your information. Failing to do so could potentially result in additional jail time, even if it was a simple mistake.

Strategies to Challenge Sex Crime Allegations

In California, both the federal and state government take sex crimes extremely seriously, for good reason. Unfortunately, however, false accusations are rampant. When you have suffered from such a claim, our dedicated lawyer is available to offer a powerful defense.

Every single piece of evidence in the case needs to be investigated to prove how you have been wronged, either by the accusation itself or by the way that law enforcement and the judicial system has approached your case. Your lawyer can utilize this collected information to establish your defense and protect your Constitutional rights.

Take Immediate Action

It is vital to remember that even being accused of a sex crime can have long-reaching consequences and a conviction can mean that you will be required to register as a sex offender, even if you have done no wrong. This is exactly why any defendant who has been accused of a sex offense needs to take quick and aggressive action by contacting the Lias Law Firm. When you have not been treated fairly by the courts, our Santa Clarita sex crime lawyer can build a powerful defense to protect your rights.

Call (661) 529-7011 or contact us online today.

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