Sex crimes occur with astonishing frequency, and the laws and consequences
in the state of Florida are some of the nation’s strictest. Unfortunately,
as a result of various external and internal forces mixing, people commit
sex crimes such as: indecent exposure, sexual abuse, rape, prostitution, and solicitation.
Victims of such crimes are left with physical and emotional scars of which
the pain is often distributed amongst their families and loved ones.
Sex crimes, like with
domestic violence charges, are unfortunately sometimes used to falsely accuse people of
committing them. Unjust convictions do occur, where someone who is in
fact innocent of the crime they have been accused of have their lives
ruined as a result. While it may seem unlikely that someone would erroneously
report another person as the perpetrator of a crime such as rape when
they in fact did not do such a thing, it does happen. Many innocent people
have had their reputations tarnished and their lives considerably derailed
as a result.
If you have been convicted of a sex crime that you did not commit, then
there can be no hesitation in contacting a qualified sex crimes attorney.
You should not have to face the backlash of such an accusation, as well
as the criminal process, without the guidance of someone who knows how
to gather and look at the evidence in a way that proves your innocence. At the
Miami offices of
Parks and Braxton P.A., our sex crimes lawyers have over 40 years of collective experience
working with clients in this area of defense. We cannot understate the
importance of finding a
sex crimes attorney such as those at our offices to protect your livelihood! Call today for
a free consultation with one of our sex crimes lawyers at (888) 460-7383.