sexual Battery explained

 


Sexual battery is one of the most disturbing and life altering charges in Florida. Certain violent sexual battery charges involving children under the age of 12 actually are considered capital felonies. A typical sexual battery charge, however, is punished as a second degree felony with a maximum sentence of 15 years in state prison.

 

As with any sex crime, a sexual battery charge requires an experienced and aggressive defense lawyer to defend your rights. You will need a lawyer who is not afraid of standing up against a tough prosecution team and making sure your side of the story is communicated to the jury. Often in sexual battery cases, the jury may be hard to reach because of the terrible and descriptive accusations they have heard. A sexual battery attorney who can break through that barrier and make sure the jury hears the truth is what you need.

 

I have the training and experience necessary to defend your sexual battery case. When you work with a me, you work with a professional that uses the law and aggressive defense techniques to help you get the best result in your case.

 

Sexual Battery Charges in Florida

 

If you are facing a sexual battery charge, your life and liberties are at risk. If convicted, not only will you serve years in a Florida state prison, you will face sex offender registration, forever labeling you as a threat to society. Your ability to obtain employment and housing ae forever damaged.

 

Your only chance is to contact a criminal defense lawyer with experience in sexual battery defense. I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and see how I can help you. I am not afraid of any set of facts or any part of the judical process.

 

If you are in need of an attorney with sexual battery experience, contact www.marybethcorn.com for a free consulation today.

 

The material on this page represents general legal advice. Since the law is continually changing, some of the provisions contained here may be out of date. It is always best to consult a criminal defense attorney about your legal rights and responsibilities regarding your particular case.