Have you been charged with Child Molestation (ARS §13-1410) in Arizona? If convicted, you could be facing a sentence of up to 24 years in prison.
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You have no chance for a dismissal, reduction of charges, or an acquittal without expert criminal lawyers who have successfully defended these charges before. If you are facing Child Molestation charges in Arizona you need to consult with a defense lawyer, any accusation of a sex crime is a very serious allegation in Arizona. You don’t need to wait until you’re charged, we also offer free consultations if you are in the pre-charge phase too. To speak with an attorney, call us at (602) 307-0808.
Penalty for Child Molestation ARS §13-1410
Child Molestation occurs when a person intentionally or knowingly engages in or causes a person to engage in sexual contact with a child under the age of 15, with the exception of sexual contact with the female breast.
Child Molestation: Dangerous Crime Against Children (DCAC)
Single Count: Up to 24 years in Prison
Additional Counts: Up to 24 years in Prison
Each sentence runs consecutively. Since this is a DCAC, 100% of the prison time must be served before being eligible for release.
Upon release from prison, you are required to register as a Sex Offender for the rest of your life, and you are not allowed to have any contact with anyone under the age of 18 years old (including your own children without going through numerous testing procedures and only with the consent of your Probation Officer.)
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Legal Defenses to Child Molestation Charges
- Exposing False Allegations
- Exposing Forensic Flaws in the Investigation
- Miranda Rights Violation
- Denial of Right To Counsel
If convicted of Child Molestation you face long and/or multiple prison sentences and lifelong consequences.
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