Sexual assault sex battery and lewd molestation in Polk County, FL

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Michael Crabtree of the San Francisco 49ers is being investigated by the police regarding allegations of a sexual assault at a hotel.  Rape and sexual battery are very serious crimes and sex crimes are always taken very seriously in Polk County by prosecutors and criminal courts.

If you suspect that you are being investigating for a sexual crime, whether it is rape, lewd molestation or capital sexual battery call an experienced criminal attorney IMMEDIATELY!!!

 Call Polk criminal lawyer Thomas C. Grajek now on his cell 863-838-5549

If you have been served with an injunction for protection and there are allegations of sexual contact, molestation, or battery, contact Polk sex crimes attorney Thomas C. Grajek now!

You need to know what your constitutional rights are and how they can affect your criminal case and freedom.  It is often shocking and scary when someone accuses you of committing a sexual crime.  You have many questions that need answers right away such as:

  • Do I have to talk to the police?
  • What if the detective wants me to come to the police station for interrogation or “just to have a friendly talk  and straighten this mess out”?
  • Can I bring a lawyer with me to the police interview?
  • Should I talk to the police?
  • How do I prove I did not commit this serious sex crime?
  • I have proof I did not rape anyone, how do I get this to the Polk sheriff or police?
  • Am I facing prison charge for this sexual offense?
  • Will molestation charges be filed against me?
  • What is a “controlled call”?
  • Can a “controlled call” be used against me in court?
  • Do the police have to read me my Miranda rights?
  • What if the deputy read my rights incorrectly?
  • Do the police have to tape record my statement?
  • How many points does this crime score under Florida’s sentencing guidelines?
  • Will a conviction make me a sexual predator or offender?
  • If arrested for rape, will I be able to bond out of jail?

Newspapers are reporting that Crabtree was interviewed by law enforcement with his attorney present.  It appears he went voluntarily to give a statement and is being aggressive in the defense of his reputation and freedom.  Because it appears the suspect went voluntarily with his lawyer, the police may not have to read him his rights.  In Florida, a suspect must be “in custody” and subject to interrogation or questioning before the police have to read you your rights.  You need to retain a lawyer experienced with sexual battery crimes in Polk County.  A lawyer who knows the law and how the latest case law defines “in custody” and how these crimes are investigated by the sheriff and Child Protection Services in Polk County.

No charges of rape or molestation have been filed in Crabtree’s case and may never be depending on the investigation.  That is why you need an aggressive criminal attorney helping fight for you as soon as possible!

CALL NOW!!!

SPEAK TO AN EXPERIENCED POLK COUNTY CRIMINAL SEX CRIMES ATTORNEY

WHO HAS HANDLED AND TRIED THESE TYPES OF CASES.

 THOMAS C. GRAJEK 863-688-4606

Criminal attorney handling all sexual battery, assault, lewd and lascivious, and child molestation crimes in Polk County, Florida.

FAQ’s

How does Florida law define sexual Battery?

Florida Statute 794.011 is the law that defines what sexual battery is. Simply put it is having non-consensual sexual contact with somebody else using your sexual organ or an object. If the victim is physically or mentally helpless or incapacitated, a more serious charge of aggravated sexual battery can be bought.

What are common defenses to the charge for sexual Battery?

Claiming that the sexual encounter was, in fact, consensual, is the main defense that sexual battery defendants offer. Some will argue that they are not responsible for the offense because of mental illness. The best defense is proving that you were not present at the crime scene, having an alibi and an absence of DNA evidence can support this argument.

Do strangers commit most sexual crimes?

The majority of sexual crimes are committed by people who are known to the victim. This is especially the case with children and teenagers. Ninety-three percent of them know their attacker. For adults, the figure is around 90%. In 72% of cases, the victim knows the perpetrator well.

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