Palm Beach County Sex Crime Attorney
We can help reduce the stigma of a sex offense charge.
Often, people charged wtih a sex offense may carry that stigma for the rest of their lives, even if they were falsely accused and the charges are dropped or they are found not guilty following a jury trial. If you are convicted of a sex crime, which may include a sexual act between two consenting minors, you could be ordered to register as a sex offender or sexual predator for the rest of your life. As your Palm Beach County Sex Crime Attorney, our first priority is to try to help you avoid prosecution and permanent damage to your life and reputation.
The Inskeep Law LLC approach to sexual misconduct charges is to do everything possible to make sure the parties involved have access to rehabilitation services. We also take every measure to protect teens from lewd and lascivious behavior charges.
Florida laws carry severe penalties for sex offenses.
With the recent enactment of the CyberCrimes Against Children Act of 2007, there is more at stake than ever before if you are charged wtih possession of child pornography and internet solicitation of children. For example, the maximum penalty for possession, a second-degree felony, is now 15 years. For distribution, a first-degree felony, it’s a maximum of 30 years. It’s therefore important to contact a competent, experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as you know you are under investigation for a sex crime.
Sexual assault cases can be difficult to defend. A good defense requires a thorough evaluation of the evidence and an in-depth understanding of the sentencing requirements and sentencing options which are available for the particular offense.
If you’ve been arrested for sexual assault, sexual battery, statutory rape, or date rape, contact Inskeep Law LLC, a Florida lawyer with a track record of thorough and effective representation.
Call us today for a FREE consultation at (561) 835-1158 or contact us online.
During your free first case assessment with us, our experienced team of criminal lawyers will explain the potential penalties for your sex offense charges, your available options including trial, how a close analysis of the evidence against you can be used in your defense, and sex offender registration requirements. To speak with attorney Tom Inskeep, call our office at (561) 835-1158 or email us now. The Firm first checks for any client conflict and asks that you fill out a form before your consultation. It is possible to do a consultation by telephone, but the form must be received before the consultation.