Sex Crimes are defined in Louisiana by Revised Statute 15:541 and include over 25 crimes defined by various other statutes, explained in greater detail in the pages attached. Sex Crimes not only carry harsher sentences, require more of any imposed sentence to be served before an inmate becomes eligible for parole, but also require continued registry once released.
Registration as a sex offender is one of the most onerous obligations placed on convicted felons in society after they are released from incarceration. The registry process has logistical, administrative, and financial components, and failure to register can land the person back in jail.
While your situation is unique, the state has likely charged you or your loved one with a crime Lawrence Law Firm has successfully defended. Here are some of the commonly accused sex crimes:
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
Sex Crimes Involving Juveniles
When facing a sex crime in Louisiana it is important to obtain the assistance of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney to assist you and your family in putting forth the best defense possible. Lawrence Law Firm attorneys have successfully defended hundreds of cases involving sex crimes. To schedule a consultation click here and an attorney will contact you as soon as possible.