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SEX CRIMES

Have you been accused of a sex crime?

With so many different legal terms for sex crime, understanding which terms relate to less serious or more serious offenses can be confusing. The law broadly describes sex offenses to include minor crimes where there is no sexual contact, such as sexting or solicitation.

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For an initial consultation about sexual offense charges, contact Crosland, Rapaport & Graham at
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However, it can also refer to sexual contact that involves touching the genitals or intimate areas without the individuals consent. Sex offense also refers to when the individual is a minor and is therefore legally unable to consent or the individual is mentally incapacitated and is therefore also unable legally to consent. It can refer to violent sexual behavior, involving rape.

Tireless defenders of your rights

Being wrongfully accused of a sex crime can be a horrifying ordeal. Friends and family may abandon you, police may treat you poorly, and even the judge may harbor hostility toward you. If you have been accused of committing a sex crime, don’t let embarrassment or public opinion stand in your way. Crosland, Rapaport & Graham can help you take back your life and fight back against your accusers. Our attorneys have the skills to protect your legal rights and the dedication to relentlessly advocate on your behalf.

Providing hope to the falsely accused

Being convicted of a sex crime can have a tremendous impact on your life. If convicted, you could face long probation or jail time. In addition, registering as a sex offender can limit your job opportunities, destroy your social life and restrict where you can live. Do not let this happen to you. We can help you fight back against your accusers and prove your innocence in court.

Attorneys dedicated to your defense

Our attorneys have secured successful outcomes for clients charged with the following crimes:

Being convicted of a sex crime can have a tremendous impact on your life. If convicted, you could face long probation or jail time. In addition, registering as a sex offender can limit your job opportunities, destroy your social life and restrict where you can live. Do not let this happen to you. We can help you fight back against your accusers and prove your innocence in court.

Rape and sexual assault Prostitution and solicitation
Domestic violence Statutory rape
Child molestation Date rape
Indecent exposure and “sexting” Internet sex crimes
Internet sting operations Possession of child pornography

How false accusations can occur

Those accused of sex crimes often have no idea how or why the accusation was made. Mistaken identity frequently leads to false accusations. Women sometimes lie about a sex crime to seek revenge on a current or former lover, or to gain notoriety or monetary wealth at your expense. Children also make accusations about sex crimes, but are often confused about what they mean and the implications. Investigators may also elicit false accusations from children by questioning them improperly or exploiting their feelings.

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