Sexual offense convictions carry long-term consequences even after prison. If you are convicted of a sex offense, you might have to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life. The consequences of registration are harsh: The government can put restrictions on where you can live, strap a GPS monitor to your leg to follow your every move, and require you to reregister year after year. You must tell the police where you are living and update your address each time you move. If you're spending a couple of nights a week with a girlfriend or boyfriend, you must supply the police with that address as well.
Some sexual offenses include:
Child molestation or improper touching
Domestic sexual assault
Roberta Brooks has 15 years' experience in criminal defense and will work tirelessly to make sure you aren't unjustly accused. If you are charged with a sexual offense, do not give a statement. Get a lawyer and let your attorney put forward your defense to the police. Also do not talk to the victim. Avoid telephone calls from the accuser; these are probably "pretext calls" designed to get you to admit to the offense.
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