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Sex crimes are delicate in nature and difficult to prove. In many cases, it is your word against your victim’s. There are rarely witnesses to these offenses. DNA testing and medical exams are crucial to deduce if accusations are true. A sex crime conviction may lead to fines, mandatory sex offender registration, and extensive jail time.

If you have been accused of a sex crime, you need to call Jon D. Slager, Attorney at Law right away. If we take your case, you can rest assured that you will work with our lawyer every step of the way. He is a former police officer, so he understands the law in detail and from both sides. He is available to talk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our firm will be sensitive when working with these potentially embarrassing charges.

Do you need affordable representation from a Murfreesboro criminal defense lawyer? Call (615) 654-6777 now.

Types of Sex Crimes

Some common sex crimes are:

  • Rape: This is a Class B Felony leading to 8 to 30 years in prison and a fine up to $25,000.
  • Rape of a Child: This Class A Felony conviction comes with a mandatory 25-year minimum prison sentence that can extend up to 60 years and a fine up to $50,000.
  • Aggravated rape: This is a Class A Felony with a prison sentence ranging from 15 to 60 years and a fine of up to $50,000.
  • Sexual battery: This Class E Felony may result in 1 to 6 years in prison and a fine up to $3,000.

What You Need to Know About the Sex Offender Registry

The Tennessee State sex offender registry lists the names and addresses of all convicted sexual criminals once they are released from jail or prison. Registrants can be tracked by law enforcement, and parts of the registry are made available to the public on a website. If you are registered, the public will have access to your name, current address, photograph, and past sexual offenses.

Offenders typically need to re-register at least once a year and every time that they move. Failing to re-register, according to state laws, is a criminal offense. Sex offenders are typically restricted from coming near playgrounds, elementary schools, or other places where children often gather.

Fight your sex crime charges with the help of our Murfreesboro sex crimes attorney today. Call (615) 654-6777 for a free consultation.

Client Testimonials

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  • “Jon was able to get me pre trial diversion, and I was also able to keep my license.”

    Past Client

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