Rockville Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer
Are you being investigated for a crime involving unlawful sexual contact? Simply being accused of such a sex crime can cause permanent damage to a reputation and result in other harmful consequences such as the loss of a job or a security clearance.
If you need an aggressive criminal defense attorney to help defend against allegations of such activities, please contact The Law Office of Michael S. Rothman in Rockville today and tell us about your situation. We represent clients throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C.
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At The Law Office of Michael S. Rothman, our sex crimes defense practice covers the following charges:
- Sexual Offenses – including statutory rape, rape in the first or second degree, sexual offenses in the first, second, third, or fourth degree or perverted practices;
- Internet sex crimes – Internet pornography, online solicitation;
- Sex offender registry violations, failure to register;
- Pandering, prostitution, pimping, solicitation;
- Sexual assault;
- Indecent exposure;
- Lewd acts;
- Unlawful sodomy.
The penalties for sex offenses are quite severe, including the potential for substantial jail. Convicted sex offenders may be required to register their whereabouts with local law enforcement long after their release from prison. If you have been accused of a sex offense, it has never been more important to ensure your rights are fully protected.
Maryland Sex Offender Registry
A person convicted in Maryland of any of the following sex offenses may be required to register with the Maryland Sex Offender Registry:
- Sexual assault
- Sexual abuse of minors
- Unlawful sexual contact
- Sexual misconduct with a child under 14
- Solicitation of a minor via the Internet
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The information about a convicted sex offender provided on the Maryland Sex Offender Registry includes the sex offender’s name, date of birth, physical address, place of employment, crime for which the sex offender was convicted, and photograph.