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Sexual Battery Lawyer in Orlando

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Felony convictions for sexual battery cases in Florida can lead to life imprisonment and even the death penalty. You need to hire a skilled and experienced lawyer to navigate the complexities and perils of Florida’s sexual battery laws. Don’t face your verdict without first securing the best defense! At Alers Law Firm, we proudly offer our clients dependable legal representation and fierce courtroom defense.

We’re available 24/7! Contact Alers Law Firm today at (407) 988-0992.

The Consequences of Sexual Battery

Sexual battery is defined as non-consensual vaginal, oral, or anal contact with a sexual organ or an object. Per Florida Statutes Title XLVI § 794.011, there are degrees of sexual battery charges and associated punishments. These punishments also depend on aggravating circumstances and the ages of the victim and the offender. Any person, even a minor, convicted of sexual battery in Florida will be designated as a sexual offender for life.

Sexual Battery Charges

  • Statutory battery:
    • Second degree felony
    • Up to 15 years in prison
    • Up to 15 years of probation
  • Aggravated sexual battery:
    • First degree felony
    • Up to 30 years in prison
    • Up to 30 years of probation
  • Aggravated sexual battery against victims 12-18 years old:
    • Life felony or second degree felony
    • Up to 15 years in prison
    • Possibility for lifetime probation
  • Sexual battery on a victim under the age of 12:
    • Depending on the circumstances, the crime can be punishable as a capital or life felony
    • First degree felony punishable by up to 30 years in prison
  • Sexual battery on a victim under the age of 12 by a minor:
    • Life felony
    • Up to 30 years in prison
  • Sexual battery with a weapon:
    • Life felony
    • Up to 30 years to life imprisonment
    • Possibility for lifetime probation
  • Lewd or Lascivious Molestation by an Adult on a child under 12:
    • Life felony
    • Minimum 25 years in prison
    • Lifetime sex offender probation with fines
  • Lewd or Lascivious Molestation by an Adult on a child 12 or older, but younger than 16:
    • Second degree felony
    • Up to 15 years in prison
    • Up to 15 years of sex offender probation with fines
  • Lewd or Lascivious Molestation by a Minor on a child under 12:
    • Second degree felony
    • Up to 15 years in prison
    • Up to 15 years of sex offender probation with fines
  • Lewd or Lascivious Molestation by a Minor on a child 12 or older, but younger than 16:
    • Third degree felony
    • Up to 5 years in prison
    • Up to 5 years of sex offender probation with fines

Your Defense

Contact Alers Law Firm if you require legal representation in Orlando. It’s imperative to retain dependable legal counsel if you’re facing a sexual battery conviction. Our criminal defense attorney can thoroughly investigate your case and arm you with a customized defense strategy. We’re available to take your call 24/7!

Contact Alers Law Firm today at (407) 988-0992 to schedule your case evaluation.

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