Charged with Sex Crimes? Lawyers at Dale Carson Law can Help You Protect Your Rights & Fight False Allegations
Florida is tough on sex crimes. But lawyers at Dale Carson Law are experienced in fighting allegations of sexual battery, molestation, child pornography and other sexual offenses. There is no need to take a bad plea bargain or serve excessive prison time for crimes you didn’t commit. With a Jacksonville attorney from Dale Carson Law on your side, you’ll beat false allegations and inflated charges. We are not afraid to go to trial and challenge the evidence against you because we know from experience where cops and investigators make mistakes.
Mr. Carson and his team can help you protect your rights and avoid unnecessary jail time and a lifetime stigma as a sexual offender or predator. To speak with a Jacksonville attorney, visit our Complimentary Consults page or call Dale Carson Law today at 904-355-6777.
Fight All Allegations of Sex Crimes — A Lawyer from Dale Carson Law can Help
Dale Carson Law defends clients accused of all manner of sexual offenses, including, but not limited to:
Sexual Battery — Also known as rape, sexual battery is the act of forcing sexual activity on someone. If the alleged victim consented to the act or the allegations are false, we can help you beat the charges.
Lewd and Lascivious Behavior — Also referred to as statutory rape or child molestation, depending on circumstances, lewd and lascivious charges exist for all forms of sexual activity involving or in the presence of minors. You can’t beat these charges by claiming you didn’t know the alleged victim was a minor. You need a lawyer to help you prove the allegations are false or that there was no lewd intent.
Child Pornography — Any depiction of a minor involved in sex can get you in trouble. It doesn’t matter if it is a video, photograph, computer-generated image, or even a drawing. Possessing, sharing or creating these depictions is illegal. Defense against these charges is difficult and requires an experienced Jacksonville attorney.
Sex Offender Failure to Register Residence — You must register your current address with the local sheriff’s office every three to six months if you have been declared a sexual offender or sexual predator under a previous conviction for sex crimes. A lawyer from our firm can help protect you from unnecessary additional jail time if you are accused of failing to register.
Receive a Free Consultation Regarding Sex Crime Allegations; a Lawyer at Dale Carson Law can Protect Your Rights
In Jacksonville, attorneys from Dale Carson Law are available to discuss your charges of sexual battery or other sex crimes. A lawyer will meet with you absolutely free for your initial consultation to inform you about how your case is likely to proceed and how Dale Carson Law can help protect your rights. Go to our Complimentary Consults page to schedule a free consultation regarding charges of sex crimes; a representative from Dale Carson Law will contact you.
Or call Dale Carson Law today at 904-355-6777.