What are Sex Crimes?
Sex crimes comprise a broad category of offenses that involve unwanted or nonconsensual sexual contact. These crimes range from unwanted sexual touching of an individual on the outside of one’s clothing to forced sexual penetration. Sex crimes may be
committed by and against members of the opposite sex, such as male against female, and by and between members of the same sex, such as male against male. Sex offenses may be committed by adults against other adults and children. Sex offenses are among
the most egregious and prejudicial crimes known to the law. Convicted offenders are often sentenced to lengthy jail terms. Convicted offenders, one released from jail, are also often subjected to lifelong sex registration requirements that require notification
by offenders to local law enforcement agencies of the offender’s address and telephone number. Restrictions may also apply such as against visiting or residing near schools or being around children.
Solely being charged with a Sex Crime can have devastating consequences. These include, but are not limited to, being ostracized or discriminated against in your local community; fired from your job and denied future employment opportunities; denial of
housing; and other adverse consequences. If you are charged with a Sex Crime, you require expert criminal defense representation by an attorney who is well-versed in this highly sensitive area of the law in order to protect your rights and minimize
the impact that being charged with such an offense may have on your life.
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If you have been charged with a sex crime and need representation, contact the RI defense attorneys at Law Office of John L. Calcagni III by email or call today at (401) 351-5100 to schedule a free consultation.