An experienced and qualified Okaloosa County Sex crimes Lawyer can help you defend your case if you have been charged with sexual abuse or sexual assault. Facing a sex crime charge in Florida is not to be taken lightly. Moreover, if the charge becomes a conviction, it can result in jail time and registration in the sex offenders registry. If you are facing charges for a sex crime in Florida, particularly in Fort Walton Beach or Okaloosa County, FL, you must act fast. Similarly, if you are a victim of any sex crime like child molestation, rape, sexual assault, and forcible touching, you must get in touch with a Sex crimes attorney in Florida. Florida Criminal Defense Legal Group, PLLC serve all over Florida, including Fort Walton Beach, Florida Panhandle, Okaloosa County and Jefferson County. Give us a call today at (850) 423-0035 to discuss your case. We offer Free Consultation to new clients.
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