Lake County Sex Crime Lawyer
Understanding Illinois' Sex Crime Laws
Have you been recently arrested and charged with a sex crime? These crimes are very serious, and without the representation of an attorney, you may be facing a difficult uphill battle. In some situations, alleged victims or family members accuse an individual of a sex-related offense due to fear, spite, revenge, or to simply gain the upper hand in a civil or family court proceeding.
Sex crimes are heavily prosecuted offenses, and without the representation Attorney Albert L. Wysocki, you could be facing fines, restitution and jail time. Additionally, convicted sexual criminals have to place their name onto the public sex offender registry. You should never have to face the Illinois justice system alone, and if you have been arrested, you need to contact a seasoned criminal attorney such as Albert L. Wysocki right away!
Will I Have to Register as a Sex Offender?
One of the biggest concerns for individuals charged with sex crimes is the potential of facing the sex offender registry. This registry is a public database that houses information about you, your charges and even your personal and private law. Following a conviction for a sex offense, you will probably be served with a restraining order and forced to provide information regarding your full name, address, identifiable information including height, weight, tattoos and scars and have your crime clearly stated alongside your picture. These databases are open to the public, and family members, friends, neighbors and potential employers can access them.
If you have been charged with any of the following offenses, you need to work with Attorney Wysocki right away:
- Solicitation of a sexual act
- Sexual battery
- Child pornography
Working with a lawyer can make all the difference in the outcome of your case, and it is important that you immediately contact Albert L. Wysocki following an arrest!
How Do I Get off the Sex Offender Registry in Illinois?
The only way to get off the sex offender registry in Illinois is to petition the court to have your name removed from the registry. The only people that can qualify to petition are adults that have been wrongfully convicted or pardoned and sex offenders who were tried and convicted as minors in juvenile court, but not minors who were tried as adults.
Contact an Aggressive Lake County Criminal Defense Lawyer
Following an investigation or charge of a sexual offense, you will need to take the time to ensure that your rights and freedom are diligently protected. There is a lot on the line, and a conviction of a crime could follow you around for the rest of your life. Sex crimes can be particularly damaging and have life-long effects on your career, family and social life.
If you have been charged with a crime, it is important that you work with Albert L. Wysocki right away. Mr. Wysocki has more than 30 years of experience handling complex legal cases, and he can use his knowledge of the various Illinois state laws to ensure that your rights and freedoms are protected.
Any questions and concerns can be directed to Albert L. Wysocki today by contacting his firm and scheduling a case evaluation as soon as possible.
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