Realities of Sex Crimes

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on March 3, 2014 · 0 comments

in California Law, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Sexual Offenses

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A conviction for a sex crime in California — for rape, internet solicitation or child molestation — can follow you for the rest of your life.

Permanent sex offender registration means exactly that. There is no end to it. For the rest of your life, you will have to struggle to get a job and obtain dignified housing while dealing with this mark, this blemish, on your criminal record.

And mind you, this bleak future comes after a lengthy jail or prison term, heavy fines that drains your finances, separation from loved ones and strict probation or parole conditions that keep you off-limits from certain personal associations, alcohol and a computer.

Does this look like the kind of life you had planned for yourself years ago?

The only way you can avoid these harsh consequences is to retain the most experienced criminal representation you can find — a defense lawyer who will leave no stone unturned when it comes to protecting your rights when you face serious charges in local or state courts for forcible and statutory rape, solicitation for prostitution, sexual battery, lewd conduct or possession of pornographic materials.

You have one chance — one — to hear the words “not guilty,” unless you act now to ensure that your interests are safeguarded in negotiations with prosecutors and in open court.

You need the help of the Law Office of Salvatore P. Ciulla in Santa Ana. Our law firm’s motto is ‘”Just win.” And Sal Ciulla’s track record of success is proof of that commitment.

Sal Ciulla has over 25 years experience handling serious sex offense cases.  He provides expert case evaluation, investigation of your charges and persuasive presentations in court.

Contact the Law Office of Salvatore P. Ciulla by calling 714-542-0500 or by sending an email message. If you reach our lawyer after an arrest, he can arrange to meet with you at a police station or jail.

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