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MIAMI SEX CRIMES ATTORNEY

LEGAL ADVOCACY IN MIAMI, BROWARD & PALM BEACH COUNTIES

Crimes involving unlawful sexual activity are among the most serious you will ever face. These are crimes that carry significant criminal penalties along with the potential for mandatory sex offender registration that can restrict your life in many ways. Even the accusation of having committed a sex crime prior to any court findings can ruin your reputation and carry a grave social stigma. This stigma can follow you for years to come and cause lasting hardships. 

At Prya Murad Law, we are well-aware of the gravity of sex crime allegations. We know how deeply they can impact your life and that of your family. That is why we work tirelessly to help protect you and your future and take aggressive action on your behalf. These types of crimes are often difficult to defend due to the prejudice of others. They call for a tenacious and skilled attorney who believes that you deserve the best possible defense. Our Miami sex crimes lawyer meets these requirements and will vigorously protect your rights throughout the criminal court process. 

Because of the severe consequences of a sex offense conviction, you need an attorney who will fight for you in securing the best possible result. At Prya Murad Law, we are known for the integrity and commitment of the legal representation we bring to all clients. 

Facing sex crime allegations? Don’t face an investigation or charges without experienced legal representation. Request your 30-minute consultation with our Miami defender online or at (305) 222-7442 today. Available 24/7. Hablamos español.

What Sets Us Apart?

  • Seasoned Trial Attorney with Jury Trial Experience in Cases Punishable by Mandatory Life in Prison
  • Experience Practicing in Courtrooms Across the Country
  • Case Load is Intentionally Kept Low to Provide Clients the Full Attention They Deserve
  • Compassionate Representation & Direct Access From Start to Finish
  • Extensive Experience as a Public Defender
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  • “She is professional, personable and respectful. If you are looking for an attorney that actually cares about people and the best outcome I highly recommend Prya.” - Former Client
  • “She was by my side through it all, she was consistent and most of all she cared about my case. She is an A1 attorney!” - Susan
  • “I had a very complicated case. I felt completely hopeless when I was presented with the charges. Prya contacted me immediately, She was extremely persistent and held my hand throughout the entire case.” - Lauren

Sex Crimes in Florida

Sex crimes are based on the non-consent of the alleged victim which involves some type of unlawful sexual activity that is done for the gratification of the accused person. These crimes may or may not include force or threats of force. They can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the nature and severity of the crime. In some cases, they are considered even more severe when committed against individuals who do not have the capacity to give consent, such as children, the disabled, or the mentally incompetent. Other factors that can impact the severity of the crime include whether a deadly weapon was used and any prior criminal history of the alleged offender.

Common sex crimes under Florida law include:

 

  • Indecent exposure
  • Lewd or lascivious molestation
  • Lewd and lascivious battery
  • Sexual battery or rape
  • Date rape and statutory rape
  • Unlawful sexual activity with a minor
  • Failure to register as a sex offender
  • Child molestation
  • Solicitation over the internet
  • Revenge porn
  • Prostitution and solicitation

A conviction can result in jail or prison time, hefty fines, and lengthy probations. Certain sex crime convictions can result in mandatory sex offender registration. The length of time for this registration will depend on the type of crime for which you have been convicted. This registration will restrict where you can live and can cause significant difficulties in getting future employment or housing. If you fail to register, you may be charged with a third-degree felony. 

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