Florida imposes harsh penalties for sex crimes. Once you are branded a sex offender, onerous sex offender registration requirements — not to mention a tarnished reputation — will follow you for life. And although you are innocent until proven guilty, the strong societal stigma against sex offenses often translates to an uphill battle in establishing an effective defense.
If you or a loved one is facing sex crime charges, it is important to obtain experienced legal guidance from a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. It is well worth the investment to avoid or minimize lifelong implications.
At Levine & Susaneck, PA, we provide experienced representation for individuals facing state or federal sex offense charges. Fredrick Susaneck, a sex crime lawyer in Palm Beach County, Florida, has more than 30 years of experience in criminal law. He is a former prosecutor and Felony Division Chief and has served as lead counsel in more than 1,000 trials. He draws on this insight to craft effective strategies and build strong defenses.
When so much is at stake, you deserve top-notch legal counsel. For a free consultation with a former prosecutor and accomplished trial attorney, call Levine & Susaneck, PA, at (561) 820-8782.
Teenagers and young adults who engage in consensual activity — even as boyfriend and girlfriend — can nonetheless be prosecuted for statutory rape under certain circumstances. Statutory rape is a serious felony charge. If convicted, you may be required to register as a sex offender. The repercussions of such a designation can drastically impact your reputation, housing, job prospects and educational opportunities.
When facing such charges, it is critical to obtain a strong legal defense.
Mr. Susaneck is well-versed in state and federal law regarding all types of sex crimes such as:
Unlawful sex with a minor (statutory rape)
Sexual battery (rape)
Lewd behavior or indecent exposure
Internet sex crimes such as solicitation of a minor
Capital sexual battery
Certain types of charges involving young alleged victims can involve the death penalty. Mr. Susaneck is experienced in handling capital charges. He is one of the few attorneys in the state who is qualified to represent indigent clients facing the death penalty.
Why Choose Us?
More than 25 years experience
Fredrick Susaneck: Lead Counsel In Over 1,000 Trials And 450 Administrative Hearings
Donna Levine: 15th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, Commissioner, General Master, 1990 - 1995
Fredrick Susaneck: Former Assistant State Attorney
Donna Levine: 15th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, Assistant Public Defender, 1985 - 1990
Fredrick Susaneck: Successfully Litigated Cases Before The Supreme Court
Donna Levine: State of Maine, Assistant Attorney General, 1983 – 1985