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Charged With a Sex Crime in Polk County?

Being accused of any type of sex crime can be an extremely embarrassing and stressful situation, as this type of crime not only carries harsh criminal penalties, but also a severe social stigma that could stain your reputation for years. As soon as possible after you learn that you are under investigation, come to Ayo and Iken, PLC for a free, confidential consultation with a lawyer from our team. We speak Spanish, and have a team composed of former prosecutors who know how to get results in the criminal process.

Our firm represents individuals on all types of sex crime charges, from sexual battery, unlawful sexual activity and lewd or lascivious conduct, to sexual performance by a child, sexual misconduct, rape, sexual assault and kidnapping. While you are legally presumed innocent until proven guilty, it is important to understand that the simple fact of being charged may expose you to censure from friends, family, co-workers and even members of the media, so great is the stigma associated with this type of offense. A criminal defense attorney from our firm will stand by you as your case progresses, working to shield you from the negative consequences you face.

Info on Sex Offender Registration

A conviction could have a disastrous effect on your future and your career, as you could be sent to jail or prison, be forced to pay steep fines and placed on a lengthy probation. Even after serving the full term of your sentence, you would continue to be subjected to penalties in the form of mandatory sex offender registration, a program administered by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The FDLE publishes a comprehensive list of sex offenders in a searchable online database, which would include your photograph, physical description, home address and detailed information about the alleged offense. The local Sherriff or Chief of Police would also be required by law to notify the community of your status as a sex offender. You may be able to avoid such an adverse outcome by retaining our services early in the case, but you must act now. Contact our legal team today for experienced legal representation and aggressive defense of your rights and your future .

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