Riverside Sex Crime Lawyer
Defending Clients Against California Sex Crimes Since 2002 - Call (951) 221-4331
Few things can make a person feel more alone than being accused of committing any type of sexual offense. Regardless of whether the allegations that have been brought against you are true or not, the public and the prosecution will try to paint you as a dangerous individual. Any type of sex crime allegation can tarnish your reputation, damage your personal relationships, and destroy your personal and professional life. Anyone who has been arrested and charged with a sex crime or public sex crime will need the professional help of a criminal defense attorney in Riverside & Temecula.
For your free consultation, call (951) 221-4331 today.
Benefits of Hiring Attorney Grande
- Trusted, Recognized Counsel
- Extensive Legal Experience
- Hundreds of Cases Handled
- Client-Focused Approach
Understanding the Consequences of a Criminal Conviction in California
In addition to serving criminal penalties, the state of California requires that anyone convicted of a sexual offense publicly register in the Sex Offender Tracking Program at the California Department of Justice. In this system, your information will be released to the community for public viewing. The Sex Offender Tracking Program will require annual updates of your personal information.
You may be required to register as a public sex offender if you were convicted of:
- Spousal rape
- Sexual assault
- Misdemeanor child molestation
- Felony sexual battery by restraint
- Felony child pornography
- Any offense that did not involve penetration but victimized a child, stepchild, grandchild, or sibling
Megan's Law & California Sex Offender Registry
According to California law, any person convicted of a sex crime is required to register as a sex offender with local law enforcement within five days of their release from jail, prison or mental institution.
Depending on your specific circumstances and conviction, you could be required to update your information with the Department of Justice every 30 to 90 days or annually. If an individual convicted of a sex crime moves, they are also required to update their information within five business days with local law enforcement.
Megan’s Law, enacted in 1996, requires the California Justice Department to notify the public, which means neighbors and surrounding businesses, that a sex offender has moved into their neighborhood and could pose a risk to public safety.
Choosing the Right Defender
At The Law Office of David E. Grande, we understand frustrating this can be for you. In some circumstances, innocent individuals are convicted of sex crimes and are forced to face the consequences and public shame of the sex offender registry for their rest of their lives. For this reason, we urge you to contact an experienced Riverside sexual assault attorney. Sex crime allegation cases require lengthy investigations, witness interviews and trials. With so much on the line, you need to ensure you’ve chosen the right attorney.
Attorney David E. Grande has successfully handled hundreds of criminal cases and is not afraid to spend the time necessary to investigate carefully and secure a favorable case result. Included in the list of Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers, he is ready to go the distance to help you reach the best possible outcome. At The Law Office of David E. Grande, your reputation and your freedom are the only priority.
Were you arrested in Riverside? Take action now.
When the stakes are high, it can be very easy to make hasty decisions just to make the complications go away. Going alone in this legal battle can be one of the most devastating choices that you can make.
When you can't protect yourself, you can rest assured that Attorney Grande can utilize his resources to make certain that your side of the story is heard loud and clear in a court of law.
Call a sex crime lawyer in Riverside to learn more about your rights during a risk-free, confidential case evaluation.