Serious Criminal Defense For Sexual Exploitation Charges
Exploitation is the crime of persuading, enticing, coercing or employing another person to engage in sexual acts or intercourse for the financial gain or sexual gratification of the offender.
There are many forms of exploitation, including:
- Human sex trafficking
- Forcing a child or adult into prostitution
- Forcing a child to engage in sex or sexual acts in order to create pornography
- Forcing a child or adult to perform sexual acts for the sexual gratification of the offender
If you have been accused of sexual exploitation, it’s very important to hire an experienced and aggressive Tallahassee criminal defense attorney right away. Exploitation is a very serious sexual offense, one that will result in numerous penalties upon conviction. A conviction for child exploitation is an even more serious charge, and a conviction for that offense will bring about even more severe penalties.
Possible Penalties For An Exploitation Conviction
The penalties for exploitation typically include long-term prison sentences, large fines, restitution to the victim, and mandatory registration as a sex offender, possibly for life. To increase your chances of avoiding these penalties and other serious repercussions, it’s best to consult with a Tallahassee exploitation defense attorney as soon as possible. A practiced lawyer can protect your rights, stand up to the prosecution, and find the evidence to prove your innocence.
How A Tallahassee Sex Crime Attorney Can Help
At Jansen & Davis, P.A., we are committed to providing aggressive defense representation to those who’ve been accused of sexual exploitation and child exploitation in the Tallahassee area. Regardless of how challenging or difficult your case may be, you can rely on us to protect your best interests and build a strong, compelling, and effective defense case. We understand your rights, future, and reputation are on the line, but we guarantee we will do everything we can to help you successfully overcome your charges to avoid a conviction.