The names of sexual offenses along with their respective statutes and penalties vary by state.
Typical sex offenses include:
Aggravated Indecent Assault ▪ Child Enticement ▪ Child Pornography ▪ Child Sexual Abuse ▪ Criminal Sexual Conduct ▪ Gross Sexual Imposition ▪Importuning ▪ Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse ▪ Indecent Assault ▪ Indecent Exposure ▪ Indecent Liberties ▪ Indecency with a Child ▪ Lewd & Lascivious Conduct ▪ Molestation ▪ Rape ▪ Rape of a Child ▪ Sexual Assault ▪ Sexual Abuse of a Minor ▪ Sexual Battery ▪ Sexual Offense ▪ Sexual Penetration ▪ Sodomy ▪ Solicitation of a Minor ▪ Statutory Rape
Our attorneys are intimately familiar with the variety of sexual offenses established throughout our practicing states, and have been highly successful in vindicating clients charged with these crimes. Cases are often won based upon the intricacies associated with each offense, as each element of the offense must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
Please find your state below, and the resulting link will take you to your state's sex offenses and statutes. We update these links, but please be sure to determine if the information provided is current.
If you have questions, don't hesitate to call us at 800-993-0632.
- Connecticut (beginning at 53a-70)
- District of Columbia (Title 22, Subtitle I (Criminal Offenses))
- Delaware (§ 762)
- Georgia (Title 16, Chapter 6)
- Maryland (Criminal Law, Title 3, Subtitle 3)
- New Jersey (Scroll down, then use arrow at bottom/right to move through various statutes)
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- West Virginia