Sex CrimesServing Murfreesboro, TN & The Surrounding Counties
Sex Crime Lawyer in Murfreesboro
Skilled Legal Support in Rutherford, Coffee, & Wilson Counties
When a person is found guilty of committing a sex crime, serving time in prison could only be the beginning of a lifetime of difficulties. Even after completing a sentence, many alleged perpetrators of sex crimes are required to register as a sex offender. This alone can impact a person’s reputation, relationships, living situation, job opportunities, and more.
If you are facing charges for a sex crime, we understand the gravity of your situation and are prepared to do whatever we can to prove your innocence and protect your rights at every step of your case. Contact us today to learn how Will Fraley, Attorney at Law can help you.
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Sex Crime Offenses
This category of crime includes many different offenses. These types of offenses range in severity, and therefore can incur a range of penalties.
The following offenses are types of sex crimes:
- Sexual battery
- Child molestation
First-Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Tennessee
Tennessee state law defines certain sex crimes as “first-degree” criminal sexual conduct. If a person is found guilty of committing first-degree criminal sexual conduct, they will likely face serious penalties, such as time in prison.
A sex crime is classified as first-degree sexual conduct in the state of Tennessee if:
- The victim was underage
- The perpetrator used physical force and/or a weapon in the crime
- The victim was mentally or physically incapacitated
Every case is different, and it’s possible that other factors in a case can lead to charges being categorized as first-degree criminal sexual conduct. We can provide further information on how your charges may be classified, potential consequences, and the defense strategies we can use.
If you have been accused of committing a sex crime, you need legal representation on your side as soon as possible. Failing to do this can prove detrimental to your case. For the defense you need, get in touch with Will Fraley, Attorney at Law today.
Call (615) 552-0332 or contact us online to discuss your case.
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