Sex Offenses

Arrested for Sex Offenses in Phoenix?

If you were arrested for a sex offense in Phoenix or in the surrounding areas, you want an accomplished, genuinely concerned attorney by your side, fighting for your freedom and your good name. The outcome of your case is determined not only by the circumstances of your case, but by the skill and legal craftsmanship of the attorney who presents your case. Phoenix attorney Jeremy Geigle understands that you are fighting for your life. He also believes that you have the right to superior representation.

Sex Offenses in Phoenix:

There are many laws in effect in Arizona that govern sexual behavior. Unfortunately, not everyone understands these laws. Some people simply make mistakes and violate them unknowingly or without thinking them through. Some of the sex offenses that people in Phoenix violate include:

  • Sexual assault
  • Rape
  • Date rape
  • Statutory rape
  • Internet sex crimes
  • Prostitution, soliciting a prostitute
  • Indecent exposure
  • Child pornography

Penalties for Violating Phoenix Sex Offenses:

Arizona’s sex laws are often considered the harshest and most unforgiving in the entire country:

  • Possession of a single pornographic image of a minor carries a minimum 10 year prison sentence
  • Possession of more than one pornographic image of a minor carries an additional 10 year prison sentence to run consecutively, meaning that the sentence is 20 years
  • In Arizona there generally is no early release, gain time or parole for sex offenses
  • Prison sentences must be served in their entirety
  • Conviction of any sex offense mandates sex offender registration
  • Permanent criminal record will result from any conviction – public record
  • Limitations as to employment and residence
  • Many other court sanctions apply

Defending Against Sex Offenses in Phoenix:

There are numerous defenses that may be appropriate to your sex offense case, for example:

  • The Constitution guarantees specific rights that must not be violated
  • If the evidence is obtained as a result of an illegal search and seizure, a motion to suppress may be entered
  • Miranda rights must be read to an arrestee to ensure the absence of self-incriminating statements
  • If Miranda rights are not read, confessions may be inadmissible
  • There are laws against racial profiling; this may invalidate an arrest

A Free Legal Consultation with Attorney Jeremy Geigle of Jackson White Law:

If you were arrested for a sex offense, call our office at 480-818-9943 for a complimentary case evaluation with attorney Jeremy Geigle. Attorney Geigle devotes his life to serving the principles of freedom that our country is built upon. He will be there every step of the way to support you, representing each client personally and with attention. In an effort to make superior legal representation available to all budgets, financing is available to clients and fees are reasonable. Contact a caring, compassionate attorney for a free consultation. You will have the opportunity to ask Jeremy questions that can help you decide the best course of action to take in your case.

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