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Sex Crimes

Behind murder, sex crimes are one of the most strongly punished crimes in the Australian legal system. Sex crimes are simply not tolerated and convictions can result in serious and life altering consequences, including significant gaol time, extensive probation, large fines and even mandatory sex offender registration for life!

Unfortunately accusations of sex crimes, particularly against children, are on the rise. If you are required to register as a sex offender, you will be ordered to report to the police every time you move, search for new employment or want to leave the state for any reason. Additionally there will be certain areas you will not be able to live in and certain jobs you will not be able to take - ever. If you are convicted of a sex crime this is a very serious crime.

The consequences of a conviction are severe. What happens when you are innocent and accused of a sex crime? An accusation of a sex crime can be very emotional and intense in the cases of child sexual abuse, date rape or statutory rape. The public and law enforcement agencies do not tolerate these crimes lightly, however with the help of an experienced CRIMLAW lawyer and accredited criminal law specialist you can fight the charges laid against you or a loved one.

Sex crimes can include the following offences:


Rape
Sexual Assault
Indecent Assault
Indecent Exposure
Incest


If you or a loved one is facing any of these type of charges contact CRIMLAW immediately. If the accusation of a sex offence has been made, the police will want to interview the person of interest or suspect to try and get an incriminating statement. It is therefore important that CRIMLAW evaluate the case immediately in order to develop the best defence and advice for your unique situation.



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