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Have you been accused of sexual battery or sexual misconduct? Hire Chambers Law Firm for an expert defense.

Being accused of any kind of sex crime can be a confusing and overwhelming experience. It may feel like everyone you know has already assumed you’re guilty and given up on you. But in reality, you will always have one very important ally in your corner:  Chambers Law Firm. As an aggressive and effective sexual battery defense attorney, we have what it takes to fight back against the most daunting charges and secure the most advantageous outcome possible in your case.

Types of Sexual Battery

Misdemeanor Sexual Battery: You can be charged with a misdemeanor for touching an intimate part of another person’s body without their permission for the purposes of sexual gratification, arousal, or abuse. The penalties for this crime include up to 1 year in jail and up to $3,000 in fines, depending on the circumstances.

Felony Sexual Battery: When sexual battery is committed against a person who is unlawfully restrained or who is institutionalized and medically incapacitated of disabled, felony charges will apply. It is also a felony to fraudulently convince someone that they need to submit to sexual battery for professional purposes, such as for medical treatment or as part of therapy. The penalties for this crime include up to 4 years in state prison and up to $10,000 in fines.

Trust Chambers Law Firm for the Strongest Possible Defense

At Chambers Law Firm, we know all the best strategies for defending against allegations of sexual battery. Ideally, you will contact us early on in the investigation so that we can protect your rights during police interrogation and prevent you from accidentally saying anything that could possibly be construed as incriminating. We will carefully review all the prosecution’s evidence and well as look for new evidence for your defense. Depending on what we find, we may be able to show that there is insufficient evidence that you actually perpetrated any kind of sexual battery, or that the alleged victim actually consented to the contact, in which case there was no crime.

Even if the evidence against you is too strong to deny, you still need a sexual battery defense attorney. We will negotiate with the DA to make sure you receive the most lenient penalty possible in exchange for your plea.

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If you would like to learn more about how Chambers Law Firm can help with your case, please contact us at 714-760-4088 for a free initial consultation. We are at your service 24/7.


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