Gratification of Lust Defense Attorneys in Madison County
What is Gratification of Lust?
A person could be charged with gratification of lust if he or she intends to satisfy sexual desires by using any part of their body or an object to rub or touch a vulnerable person, such as:
- A mentally incapacitated person.
- A person who is physically disabled.
- A child under 16 years of age.
A person can also be charged with this offense if they have a trusted relationship with a child under 18 years of age, and they touch or handle that child to receive sexual gratification.
Our team at Savant & Rich, LLC strongly believes that a person is innocent until proven guilty and the character of the individual is not defined by the charges they are facing. If you were accused of gratification of lust, we will employ our extensive knowledge of the law and our litigation skills to protect your rights and freedoms. See how we have helped others.
Accused of gratification of lust? Contact Savant & Rich at (601) 869-5015 to discuss your case.
Gratification of Lust Charges and Convictions
Gratification of lust charges can result in more than just social stigma. It can also affect your relationships, specifically if your family members are alleged victims or if someone you love is called upon to testify in court.
A conviction for gratification of lust comes with serious penalties. Possible consequences include:
- 2 to 15 years in prison
- Fine between $1,000 and $5,000
- Must register for life on the sex offender list
Aggressive Representation for Serious Accusations of Gratification of Lust in MS
Our Madison County sex crime attorneys recognize the negative consequences of gratification of lust charges and convictions, and we will work hard to obtain a favorable result in your case. We will conduct an extensive investigation to gather evidence and identify potential biases or prejudicial motives that may have led to charges against you.
At Savant & Rich, LLC, we will provide high-quality counsel from the beginning of your case to the end as we work toward obtaining justice on your behalf. Our attorneys have over 35 years of combined legal experience and a track record of success helping individuals who have faced criminal charges.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation or talk with our Madison County sex crimes lawyers by calling (601) 869-5015.
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