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Sexual Imposition is a third degree misdemeanor.

A third degree misdemeanor carries up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine.

A conviction of Sexual Imposition means you will have to register as a sex offender for 15 years.

Registering as a sex offender will have serious consequences on your life so it is important to make sure you are properly represented once the police have started investigations for a sex crime.

If you need help in the Dayton Area, please call us at (937) 228-9790 for a free consultation.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

Absolutely! Hiring an attorney to represent you during the investigation process of rape allegations is one of the most important decisions you can make.

Police investigators are experts at interrogating and obtaining information.

They are also experts at coercing confessions out of people because those people do not understand their rights and how to handle the police when they start calling and showing up at their house.

Once you hire an attorney, the police are no longer allowed to speak with you.

They must speak to your attorney only.

This protects you from the police and makes sure you do not give them any information that could affect you later. After all, the penalties for a rape conviction are severe and can impact you for the rest of your life.

If you need help in the Dayton Area, please call us at (937) 228-9790 for a free consultation.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

The penalty for Rape of someone under 10 years old is usually life in prison without the chance of parole.

This is not a mandatory sentence but Ohio law specifically gives this option to the sentencing judge.

There is also the requirement that the offender register as a sex offender for the remainder of their life but this is somewhat insignificant considering the offender is most likely going to be in prison for the rest of their life.

Due to the fact the charge of Rape under 10 is such a serious crime, it is likely the sentencing judge would enforce the life in prison option so it is extremely important to make sure you are represented by the best attorney you can find.

We have handled many rape cases and have the necessary experience to represent you effectively.

If you need assistance in the Dayton Area, please call us at (937) 228-9790 for a free consultation.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

Yes. Ohio law defines “possession” as “having control over a thing or substance.”

Therefore, if you have drugs in your bedroom but are at your job working, you can still be convicted of possession because you have control over the drugs in your bedroom, despite the fact you are not in your bedroom when arrested.

If you or a family member has been arrested for possession of drugs, why not pick up the phone and talk to an experienced criminal lawyer who serves in Dayton and the surrounding areas. Please call us at (937) 228-9790 for a free consultation.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

Yes. If you are charged with fourth or fifth degree felony possession of marijuana and it is your first offense, typically you are eligible for Intervention in Lieu of Conviction.

ILC allows you to get drug treatment instead of going to prison and if you complete all the treatment, the State will dismiss the case and the felony will not be on your record.

The first step for ILC is determining if you are eligible and the second step is determining if you are qualified.

The State requires you to have some kind of problem with drugs or alcohol before being allowed to participate in the ILC treatment.

If you’re facing a drug charge for possession of marijuana in Dayton or the surrounding areas, give us a call at (937) 228-9790. The call is free.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

Yes. If you are charged with felony possession of marijuana and your vehicle was used in the commission of the offense, the State can ask for your car to be forfeited.

The State will have to file for forfeiture and you will have the opportunity to respond to their filing.

Sometimes your forfeiture case is part of your criminal case while other times it is a separate hearing.

Forfeiture is the only part of a criminal case that actually favors the Defendant, and not the State.

We have been able to successfully argue many forfeiture cases for our clients.

If you or a family member has been arrested for marijuana possession, why not pick up the phone and talk to an experienced criminal lawyer in Dayton.

Call us at 937-228-9790.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

Yes. There are various factors that determine if you will get a life sentence for a rape conviction.

Typically, the age of the rape victim and the past criminal history of the offender are used to decide if a life sentence is required.

A rape conviction can lead to life in prison as well as life in prison without parole.

If you or a family member has been arrested for a rape crime, why not pick up the phone and talk to an experienced criminal lawyer in Dayton.

Call us at 937-228-9790.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

“Force” means any violence, compulsion, or constraint physically exerted by any means upon or against a person or thing- this also includes the use of force during the commission of a rape crime.

If you or a family member has been accused of committing rape, why not pick up the phone and talk to an experienced criminal lawyer in Dayton.

Call us at 937-228-9790.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

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In The Dayton Area, What Is The Penalty For Rape?

Sentencing on a rape case varies significantly.

The facts of the case determine the sentencing range.

For example, if you substantially impair the other person’s judgment or control by administering a controlled substance, the law requires a prison term of at least five years and up to 11 years.

However, if the rape victim is less than 13 years of age, the law requires you to serve a life sentence.

There is also the possibility of life without parole in certain rape cases.

Additionally, any rape conviction will require you to register as a sex offender.

If you or a family member has been arrested for rape charges, why not pick up the phone and talk to an experienced criminal lawyer in Dayton.

Call us at 937-228-9790.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.

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Is A Dayton Area DUI Always A Misdemeanor?

No. If you have three DUIs within six years, the fourth one will be charged as a felony.

Also, your sixth in 20 years will be charged as a felony.

Felony DUIs have mandatory time starting at 60 days.

If you or a family member has been arrested for DUI, why not pick up the phone and talk to an experienced criminal lawyer in Dayton.

Call us at 937-228-9790.

If you need a talented & experienced DUI or Criminal Defense Lawyer in Dayton, Springfield, Fairborn, Xenia, Miamisburg, Lebanon, Hamilton, Vandalia, Troy and Kettering as well as Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Logan, Shelby, Butler, Darke, Preble, Clark & Clinton Counties, give us a call at 937-228-9790.