Sex Crimes FAQs

There are many different types of sex crimes. All sex offenses are taken very seriously by Florida prosecutors and all have different considerations and penalties. Please feel free to visit our detailed pages dedicated to answer especific questions about some types of sex crimes, including:

  1. Child Molestation
  2. Possession of Child Pornography
  3. Lewd and Lascivious
  4. Sexual Abuse - Assault - Battery

Below are some frequently asked questions about other types of sex offenses under Florida Law:

  • How can rape charges be dropped?
  • Any sexually motivated charges are considered very serious. As soon as a person is aware that they may have been accused, it is important to see an experienced criminal defense attorney. Charges can only be dropped by the State Attorney's Office.  Having a lawyer can expedite this process, especially if the charges are false.

  • Is prostitution a sex crime?
  • Prostitution is illegal in Florida, and is considered a sexually motivated offense. It can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the prior history of the accused person.

  • Is solicitation of prostitution a sex related crime?
  • Solicitation of a prostitute is a crime in Florida, and is charged as a misdemeanor offense. It is considered to be a sexually motivated offense.

 

Orlando Sex Crime Defense Attorney

If you are charged with child pornography in Orlando or anywhere in Central Florida, please call our Central Florida sex crimes defense lawyer immediatly at 866-680-4LAW to discuss your case. Our early interventation is key for the outcome of your case. You may also fill out the online form provided at the top of this page and we will contact you shortly. We respond to after-hours messages promptly. Evening or weekend appointments are available on request. We offer a free consultation and we will keep all your information confidential.

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