Brad Miller Sex Crimes Attorney
Brad Miller has over a decade of experience in handling sex crimes cases. He is a former Sex Crimes/Special Victims Prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and U.S. Maine Corps.
Arizona has some of the toughest laws in the country. If you are charged or might be charged with a crime you need a tough, proven attorney to represent you.
If you are facing sex crimes charges, you must contact me immediately, so we can develop a strategy to defend your rights. For many sex crimes, a single conviction will send you to prison for over a decade.
Arizona Sex Crimes Laws
Being charged with a sex crime will change your life; getting convicted of a sex crime will get you sent to prison for decades. If you have been charged with a sex crime you need an attorney who has the experience to walk you through the process and fight for your rights. Brad Miller has handled sex crimes cases for over a decade. He has taken numerous sex crimes cases to jury trial. Don’t trust a lawyer who is just going to settle your case.
Sex Crimes include crimes under Chapters 14 and 35.1:
A person commits indecent exposure if he or she exposes his or her genitals or anus or she exposes the areola or nipple of her breast or breasts and another person is present, and the defendant is reckless about whether the other person, as a reasonable person, would be offended or alarmed by the act. Indecent exposure to a person who is under fifteen years of age is a class 6 felony.
Public Sexual Indecency –
A person commits public sexual indecency to a minor if the person intentionally or knowingly engages in any of the acts listed in subsection A of this section and such person is reckless about whether a minor who is under fifteen years of age is present. Public sexual indecency to a minor is a class 5 felony.
A person commits sexual conduct with a minor by intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with any person who is under eighteen years of age.
Sex Conduct with a Minor, Dangerous Crime against Children
- A person commits sexual conduct with a minor by intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with any person who is under eighteen years of age. This crime carries a mandatory sentence of 13 to 27 years in prison.
Sexual Assault (Rape)
- A person commits sexual assault by intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with any person without consent of such person. This crime carries a mandatory sentence between 5.25 to 14 years in prison.
Molestation of a Child, Dangerous Crime Against Children.
- A person commits molestation of a child by intentionally or knowingly engaging in or causing a person to engage in sexual contact, except sexual contact with the female breast, with a child who is under fifteen years of age. This crime carries a mandatory prison sentence of 10 to 24 years in prison.
Sexual Exploitation of a Minor (Possession of Child Pornography)
- Recording, filming, photographing, developing or duplicating any visual depiction in which a minor is engaged in exploitive exhibition or other sexual conduct. This crime carries a mandatory sentence of 10 to 24 years in prison.
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