Archive for the ‘Rape’ Category

  • Florida Statutory Rape Laws

    Posted in Rape on July 3, 2013 by South Florida Criminal Attorney

    Unlike rape, which is always considered to be non consensual intercourse, statutory rape is a charge that can stem from non consensual or consensual intercourse with a minor. In other words, it doesn’t matter if the minor has given permission; it is against the law to have intercourse with someone under the age of 18. […]

  • Charges of Gang Rape: Definitions and Consequences

    Posted in Rape on November 2, 2012 by Miami Criminal Lawyer

    If you feel that you have been falsely accused of rape, or falsely named as a perpetrator in a multiple-offender rape, contact a defense attorney at Miami’s Falk & Ross law firm immediately. Rape is a very serious charge, not only because of the hefty penalties associated with it, but also because of the lifelong […]

  • Florida Laws and Penalties Resulting from Rape Charges

    Posted in Rape Sex Crimes on October 4, 2012 by South Florida Criminal Attorney

    Facing a rape charge? Miami criminal defense attorneys should be consulted immediately. This is a serious charge with severe penalties. Florida Law in a Rape Charge The prosecutor must establish that the accused engaged in vaginal, oral, or anal penetration using a sexual organ or other object with the victim, or that there was a […]

  • If I was charged with a sex crime, what happens if I fail to register as a sex offender in Florida?

    Posted in Rape on November 10, 2010 by South Florida Criminal Attorney

    The failure to register as a Florida sex offender may carry serious criminal penalties. Your legal defense team can mean the difference between jail time and moving on with life. Contact the Miami criminal defense lawyer team at Falk & Ross to discuss your case – (877) 663-5110