Fighting Sex Crime Accusations in Pasco County, Florida
A conviction for a sex offense in Pasco County carries serious consequences and long term effects. Penalties include being a convicted felon, prison or jail time, and being required to register as a sexual offender or sexual predator for life. The sex offender registry will make your name, your conviction, your address, and other personal information obtained at the time of registration, available to the public. In addition, you may be prohibited from living near schools, daycares, parks, and other facilities with children. In fact, Pasco County and some other counties in Florida have passed county ordinances that contain prohibitions much more stringent than the state law.
Thurow Law provides aggressive sex crimes defense for all sex-related crimes, including:
If you have been charged with a sex offense allegation or are under investigation for a sex crime allegation, Thurow Law can provide seasoned defense. It is important that you retain a Pasco County sex crime attorney early on to protect your reputation and your future, investigate your case, and prepare a defense that will give you a fighting chance. Attorney Thurow may be able to get the charges dismissed and has represented clients under investigation that led to no charges being filed. Retain Thurow Law to fight for your freedom!
Our Pasco County sex crime attorney can defend you in your sex crime case. Schedule a free case review to see how he can help!
The Pre-File stage of an investigation is the time period before the State Attorney’s Office files formal criminal charges. This is the period of time when law enforcement gets called and begins their investigation. You should retain an experienced Pasco County sex crime attorney during the Pre-File stage and as soon as you become aware that you are under investigation. Investigators cannot force you to give a statement or answer their questions. Don’t make the mistake by talking, and think that you will talk your way out of trouble. Remember you’ll never get in trouble for something you didn’t say. Even if the sexual encounter was consensual, your statements may assist the prosecution in prosecuting and convicting you. There is no hurry in giving a statement to investigators. Talk to Thurow Law before you talk to the police.
One of the biggest mistakes suspects make is talking to someone that is not their attorney. The conversations between you and your attorney are privileged, meaning your attorney cannot be forced to testify against you. Conversations with your parents, friends or the alleged victim are not privileged and can be used to convict you. Law enforcement officers routinely use a technique referred to as the “controlled call” to obtain statements from the suspect. A controlled call occurs when the police have someone call the suspect, while be monitored, coached and recorded by law enforcement personnel, in an attempt to get the suspect to talk about the case and make admissions that will result in the arrest and conviction of the suspect.
If you are facing sex crimes accusations in Pasco County, schedule a free case evaluation to build your defense today!
Why Choose our Pasco County Sex Crime Lawyer?
Attorney Thurow can tailor a defense strategy unique to your situation. With his years of experience and knowledge of how a prosecutor conducts their investigations, Mr. Thurow can provide the representation needed for positive case results. He and his team will keep you up to date with the current status and approach used for your defense, so you stay informed and involved. Thurow Law serves clients all across the west coast of Florida, including but not limited to Pasco County, Hernando County, Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, and Polk County. Act quickly now to protect your future and freedom.
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