Sexual Predator vs. Sex Offender
Don't Get Convicted as a Sexual Predator
Fighting Sex Crimes Charges in Central Florida
Being designated a sexual predator is a serious step beyond being classified as a sex offender. You can be designated as a sexual predator (under Florida Statute 775.21) if you:
- Are convicted of a qualifying capital, life, or first degree felony sex crime OR have two or more qualifying sex offenses AND
- You have 2 convictions of qualifying felony sex offenses civilly committed under the Florida Jimm Ryce sexually violent predator act.
If you have a prior conviction for a sex crime, especially if it involved children or violence, you are at risk for being classified as a sexual predator.
Get the legal help you need, immediately . Contact The Umansky Law Firm online or call (407) 228-3838 to discuss your case. Our Orlando, Florida defense lawyers are all former prosecutors with years of experience tackling difficult sex crime and violent crime cases. Get us on your team as soon as you believe you are under investigation for a sex crime.
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Sexual Predators are Treated Differently
Anyone with a sex crimes conviction is required, under Megan's Law, to register with the state as a sex offender. Although it is difficult, it is possible for some people who have been classified as sex offenders to petition to have their name removed from the Florida sex offender registry if they received a full pardon or their conviction was set aside. That is not the case for sexual predators.
Also see Florida statute 943.04354 for special circumstances where a person can remove their requirement to register as a sex offender or sexual predator.
At The Umansky Law Firm, when we handle a repeat sex offense case, our Orlando criminal defense attorneys look at both the physical evidence and the psychological issues that could be a factor for the victim or the "offender." Whenever possible, we seek to prove our client's innocence. If psychological treatment is necessary, we look for ways to help our client get help while minimizing damaging punishments.
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If you have been charged with a sex crime in the past, have been accused of child molestation allegations, or arrested for a new sex offense and you are worried about being classified as a sexual predator, contact our Orlando criminal lawyers and Orlando criminal lawyers day or night. Your consultation is free. We accept MasterCard, Visa, and American Express.