Sexual offenses can carry serious consequences and a lifetime of stigma. Even a simple accusation can ruin your reputation with your friends, family, and the public. If you are accused of a sex crime or facing investigation, it is essential that you work with a dedicated attorney early on in your case.
The Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld can stand by you and fight vigorously to preserve your dignity and future. Whether we are pushing for a dismissal, pursuing an acquittal, or negotiating a favorable deal on your behalf, we always put your best interests first.
We have handled numerous misdemeanor and felony sex offenses. Our law firm understands the complexities of sex crimes as well as how they are investigated and prosecuted.
Our approach includes thoroughly investigating the evidence, including reviewing police reports, questioning witnesses, and exploring the case from all possible angles. We think outside of the box to weaken the prosecutor's case and to help clients build the strongest defense possible.
In Florida, individuals who have been convicted of sexual offenses are required to register as a sex offender. Once you are on this database, your private information can be accessed by the public, such as your name, picture, addresses, convicted crimes, etc. This can have a negative impact on your employment opportunities and prohibit you from going near schools, parks, playgrounds, and day cares.
At our law firm, we do our best to fight for your future. We know that there is a lot at stake in sex crime cases. You can trust us to vigorously advocate for you, inside and outside of the courtroom.
Call the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld for your free consultation.
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