Don’t Be Placed on the Sex Offender Registry
Your Reputation and Future May Be on the Line. Don't Go it Alone.
California maintains a sex offender registry and a person convicted of a crime involving a sexual allegation, such as oral copulation, will be placed on the California sex offender registry, possibly for life. A conviction of a crime that is considered a sex crime is usually considered more serious that other kinds of criminal convictions. And once convicted, a sex offender is marked for life. Long prison terms are normal as probation is not an option in many of these cases. Even after prison, the punishment does not end. Your name, address and photograph can be publicized by the police and posted on the Internet on the Sex Offender Registry. A person convicted of a sex crime may also be limited in the kinds of jobs they can hold and where they can live. Even a conviction of a sexual misdemeanor can affect you for the rest of your life.
So, if you are accused of a sex crime you need to contact the experienced lawyers of Krause & Hirschhorn P.C.
Types of charges that can get you placed on the sex offender registry
Charges involving sexual allegations can vary vastly. Here are some of the types of sex crimes for which you can be placed on the sex offender registry for:
- Oral Copulation
- Indecent Exposure
- Lewd Acts
- Child Pornography
- Sexual Battery
- Online Solicitation of a Minor
- Statutory Rape
- Aggravated Sexual Assault
- Child Molestation
Sex Crimes Attorneys Fighting for Your Rights
If you are investigated for or charged with a sex crime, it is essential to hire an experienced attorney to protect your rights. At the Law Offices of Krause & Hirschhorn, P.C., we are dedicated to representing clients facing any type of sexual offense. As trial lawyers with extensive trial experience and a legal practice devoted to criminal defense, we provide our clients with the dedicated legal representation they rightfully deserve. Our skill and insight into the California legal system could mean the difference in keeping you off the sex offender registry.
We Can Help
Contact us for a free consultation about your case. As career criminal defense attorneys, we have been involved in thousands of criminal defense hearings and trials. Call 805-330-1529 or email us to speak with an experienced sex crime attorney.