Legal Counsel For Allegations Of Illegal Sexual Activity

In Florida, unlawful sexual activity with a minor, including molestation and statutory rape, is a second-degree felony. A conviction could mean a long prison sentence, mandatory registration as a sex offender and a tarnished reputation.

If you have been charged with this or any other sex crime, an experienced lawyer can explain your rights and work to ensure they are protected.

Defending Those Accused In Florida Since 1993

The attorneys at McIntosh Law, in Sarasota, have been advocates for those accused of federal and state crimes since 1993. Using our team approach to criminal defense, our attorneys will examine your situation and work diligently to build a strong case on your behalf.

Our Experienced Attorneys Understand The Law

The age of consent in Florida is 18. It does not matter if you know the other person well or if you thought he or she was of legal age. As long as the person in question is a minor, you may face criminal charges. If you have been contacted by law enforcement regarding this type of allegation, it is critical that you contact an attorney before speaking with law enforcement.

At McIntosh Law, we understand the complexity of these types of situations. Our attorneys have worked on all types of sex crime defense cases, including those that involve internet and text communications.

We will meet with you to understand your issue and answer your questions and concerns. We will advocate for you at every step in the legal process.

Learn More About Your Legal Options

Contact McIntosh Law today by email or call 941-306-3230 for an initial consultation to discuss your case at our office in Sarasota.

Night and weekend appointment available.