Sex Crime Lawyer in Atlanta

If you have been accused of a sex crime, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. In addition to a number of severe legal penalties—prison, probation, steep fines, mandatory lifetime registration as a sex offender—you could face a host of other problems. These could include backlash from your community, limited access to the ones you love, and difficulty finding employment, holding certain professions, or renting or buying a house. The best way to protect your rights and ensure your freedom is to hire a highly trained Atlanta criminal defense attorney from The Law Office of Judy Kim, PC to defend you in court. The legal team at my firm could be the difference between spending time behind bars and returning to your normal life.

Charged for a sex crime? Get the defense you need!

A sex crime is considered any unlawful act that is sexual in nature and committed against a victim’s will. All sex crimes in Georgia are investigated fiercely and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Judges, law enforcement officials, and members of society have absolutely no tolerance for sex offenders and will stop at nothing to ensure that these individuals are not a threat to society. For these reasons, it’s essential for you to contact an experienced sex crimes attorney without delay.

Overview of Georgia Sex Crimes

I am fully prepared to tackle any sex crimes case in all metro Atlanta Counties and throughout the State of Georgia. Throughout my career, I have handled cases involving many different types of sex crimes, such as:

Child Molestation: If a person commits an immoral or indecent act with a child under the age of 16, then that individual may be accused of child molestation. This could incur penalties of 5-20 years in prison. If the individual physically injured the child, then it could be charged as aggravated child molestation, punishable by 10-30 years in prison.

Child Pornography: An individual that knowingly possesses a visual depiction of a minor’s body in sexually explicit conduct could be charged with possession of child pornography. If someone was recording or distributing child pornography, then this could incur even more serious consequences.

Indecent Exposure: If a person exposes their private parts in a public place, whether in the act of sex or a lewd appearance, they could be charged with indecent exposure. This may be punished as a misdemeanor.

Pandering/Solicitation: A person who solicits a prostitute or organizes prostitution can be charged with pandering. If convicted, that person could face misdemeanor charges. If a person under 17 was involved, then the accused could face a $5000 fine and up to 5 years in jail.

Pimping: When a person agrees to get a prostitute for another person, arranges a meeting for the purpose of prostitution, directs someone to a house of prostitution, helps or profits by prostitution, then that person could be charged with pimping, which is an aggravated misdemeanor.

Prostitution: If an individual performs an act of sexual intercourse for money, then that person could be accused of prostitution, punishable by a misdemeanor. If a person controls or owns a place where prostitution is practice, then they can be charged with an aggravated misdemeanor.

Rape: When a person forcibly has sex with another without the victim’s consent, they can be charged with rape, which can be punished by up to 20 years and probation for life. In serious circumstances, the offender could be imprisoned for life or even face the death penalty.

Sexual Battery: When an individual makes physical contact with the intimate parts of another person with that person’s consent. This is defined as an aggravated misdemeanor. Sexual battery may be aggravated if there is contact between the both of the persons’ sexual organs.

Sexual Harassment: If a person makes unwanted sexual advances or requests sexual favors toward another, then it could qualify as sexual harassment. While this is most prominent in the workplace, sexual harassment could come from anybody.

Let a Georgia sex crime lawyer assist you!

Because my firm is committed to ensuring that clients’ rights and best interests are protected at all times, my legal team is the clear choice for your defense. If you have been accused of committing a sex crime, please don’t hesitate to contact me. These offenses are highly volatile in nature, and a mere accusation can have an extremely negative impact on your professional and personal life. You can fill out a free case evaluation to get more information about the methods of defense will be useful in your specific case.