Defending Sex Cases

Florida Sex Crime Lawyer, Weick routinely explains that sex crimes are considered very serious criminal offenses in the United States and are usually met with substantial penalties. They are also very complex if defended properly. These penalties frequently include considerable jail or prison time, especially if the sex crime is a federal offense, such as the manufacture or dissemination of child pornography. In addition to the penalties levied, an individual convicted of a sex crime must deal with the life-long stigma of being found guilty, and they may suffer greatly in their personal relationships. In addition, they may have to register as a sex offender where they live, and may also have difficulty obtaining gainful employment or purchasing a home. Even a misdemeanor sex crime conviction has the potential to cause difficulty to a person for the rest of their life. If you have been arrested for committing a sex crime, or are under investigation for the commission of a sex crime, then it is absolutely vital that you contact a Fort Lauderdale criminal defense lawyer right away. With a lawyer’s help, you may be able to reach a conclusion in your case that sees you fully cleared of the charges against you.

Need an attorney to fight sex crime charges in Fort Lauderdale, FL?
The attorney team at William Moore Criminal Defense possesses 50 years of combined legal experience, and that experience is put to full use in each case that we handle. Our goal is to protect the rights of those charged with criminal offenses and ensure that they receive a fair trial in which all of the facts are accurately represented. Contact our offices if you are facing sex crime charges, and we will do our utmost to ascertain all of the facts so that we can build a defense that will greatly increase your chances of a successful outcome to your case. Contact a Fort Lauderdale sex crime attorney if you have been charged with committing a sex crime and require legal representation in your case.

Florida Sex Attorney

“When a person accuses someone of sexual battery, law enforcement officers can come to the house, or workplace of the accused to take the person into custody and question the accused. The detective will be looking to obtain statements that can implicate the person to the crime.”

–Florida Sex Crime Attorney Jim Weick        

My Work as a Florida Sex Lawyer:

Lead the sex crimes unit of the Broward County State Attorneys Office. 

Have been involved in over 1000 sex crime cases in South Florida.

Have conducted extensive research on DNA evidence in Sex Crime Defense throughout Florida.

Routinely hired to assist other criminal lawyers in defending sex cases.

Has testified in a criminal court regarding Expert DNA Evidence.

Has instructed prosecutors and defense lawyers on evidence gathering and challenging techniques in sex cases.

Avid author on Florida sex crime defense.