According to the Florida Statutes § 784.046, "violence" constitutes sexual assault, sexual battery, or any criminal act that inflicts serious injury or death on another.

Sexual-specific violence charges include the following:

  1. Sexual battery
  2. Lewd or lascivious acts
  3. Luring or enticing a child
  4. Sexual performance by a child
  5. Any other felony that is forced and sexual in nature

Thomas & Paulk knows how to defend people accused of sexual assault and various types of sexual violence. You can contact our sex crime lawyers directly to learn more how we can help!