DeCailly Law Group, PA has experience defending all types of sex crimes.
The definition of a sex crime differs from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. However, there are core offenses that are common to most jurisdictions, but some states outlaw additional particular acts. The common sex offenses fall into the following categories:
- Crimes against adults: rape, sexual assault and marital rape
- Crimes against relatives: incest
- Crimes against children: pornography, exploitation, molestation, abduction
- Crimes against nature: indecent exposure, sodomy, bestiality
- Crimes against sex for sale: prostitution
TYPES OF CASES
- Sexual Assault (child and adult)
- Statutory Rape
Prostitution is among the most common sex crimes. It sometimes involves an individual trying to seek the sexual companionship of another as a monetary transaction. Other times, it involves one’s attempt to provide sexual services as a monetary transaction. Sting operations are common as police often disguise themselves as both prostitutes and those seeking sexual companionship for money. With the proliferation of internet prostitution, these sting operations have become widespread.
There are many ways to defend these cases. In addition, there are manners in which to avoid jail time and convictions if one finds himself or herself in this predicament. It is important to seek counsel immediately in these situations as convictions can result in jail time, fines, and loss of employment.
There are also more serious sexual cases in which individuals are charged with assaulting or hurting others in a sexual manner, sometimes adults and sometimes children. Some of these allegations are not true. All of these allegations must be defended vigorously. The consequences can involve lengthy jail sentences and having to register as a sex offender. These are sensitive issues and we are well aware of that; but you can talk to us about any problem.
DeCailly Law Group, PA, we know how important it is to maintain your clean record, your reputation in the community , and your job. We will fight diligently for your rights and work aggresively to defend your case.
Please contact us if you find yourself in this unfortunate predicament. We will not judge you. We are here to help you.