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Los Angeles Attempted Child Molestation Attorney

Child Molestation Lawyer in Los Angeles

Cases involving child molestation require swift action and immediate defense representation. It is absolutely imperative that you have the help of a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney on your side at the earliest possible moment in such circumstances. Despite the fact that anyone charged with a crime should be considered innocent until proven guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt, thanks to the media and individuals zealous for a conviction, those accused of crimes involving children often have an immediate uphill battle ahead of them. This is unfortunately true even when the defendant is completely innocent of the unfounded accusations against them. At Eisner Gorin LLP, we have handled a variety of criminal charges involving children and other serious criminal offenses including distribution of child pornography, possession of child pornography, violent crimes, and many others. We may be able to provide the defense you need to get a positive result in your case. Speak with an attorney today to find out more.

Attempted child molestation is a sex crime that comes under child abuse laws involving sexual abuse. An individual convicted of these charges can be facing misdemeanor or felony punishment. Whether the alleged offense is considered a misdemeanor or felony depends on the specific details of the case and any prior criminal record involving child molestation. Penalties for felony child molestation can include up to 16 years in prison, over $15,000 in fines, thousands in restitution to the victim, behavioral counseling and lifetime national registration as a convicted sex offender. Don’t take the chance of losing your freedom, reputation and privacy. Get the representation of an experienced defense lawyer that will go all out for you!