Sex Crimes in New York and Their Effects

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In layman terms. Sex crime may be defined as a sex act that is considered deviant in nature, the exchange of sexual activity for money, or a forced/non-consensual sexual act. To know more information about sex crime in New York and their effects please contact Paul D Petrus Jr. at 212.564.2440 and visit: http://www.petruslaw.com/practiceAreas/abuse

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Sex Crimes in New York and Their Effects

  1. 1. Sex crimes in New York and their effectsDisclaimer: www.petruslaw.comThe information contained herein is not legal advice and does not create Criminal Defense Attorney NYan attorney-client relationship. The information contained herein is solely Phone: 212.564.2440for informational purposes. paul@petruslaw.com
  2. 2. • Sex crime or sexual offence is serious.• Penalties for this may be imposed for life.• Adversely affects accused person’s reputation and relationships.
  3. 3. Definition: Sex crime• In layman terms. Sex crime may be defined as a sex act that is considered deviant in nature, the exchange of sexual activity for money, or a forced/non-consensual sexual act. For a definitive definition, refer to http://ypdcrime.com/penal.law/article130.htm#p130.00, http://www.slc.edu/offices- services/security/assault/Penal_Law.html or some other authorized law site
  4. 4. Rape Forced or non-consensual sexual intercourse. Different types of rape are  statutory rape  spousal rape  date rape
  5. 5. Sexual abuse Any form of non-consensual contact (from an adult towards a child) of a sexual nature. Includes improper touching, molestation and forced sexual intercourse.
  6. 6. Sexual Battery Intentional touching or hitting of another person against his or her will. Includes molestation, fondling or forced sexual intercourse. Equivalent to rape in some states.
  7. 7. Indecent Exposure Causing offense or alarm by the purposeful exposing of ones genitalia or breasts in public. Does not include breastfeeding in public. Do not apply in places where nudity is accepted.
  8. 8. Child Molestation Any sexual interaction between an adult and a child, particularly a child under the age of 14. May occur in the home environment or by a person in a position of trust with the child.
  9. 9. Child Pornography Pictures, videos or other images of children under the age of 18 engaged in any type of sexual conduct or actions of a sexual nature.
  10. 10. Internet Sex Crimes Using internet to lure or entice a minor, to commit child pornography or to commit any sexual offence.
  11. 11. Human Trafficking Is the illegal trade in human beings for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation or forced labour
  12. 12. Prostitution Act of exchanging money for sexual acts. Includes pandering i.e. procuring customers for a prostitute and solicitation i.e. offering or agreeing to the exchange of sex for money.
  13. 13. Physiological Effects of Sexual Crime…• Depression or dissociation• Post traumatic stress disorder• Suicide• School/ learning problems• Anxiety or increased alertness
  14. 14. Physiological Effects of Sexual Crime• Self- destructive behavior.• Anti social behavior.• Amnesia for abuse memories.• Distrust of people.
  15. 15. Physical Effects of Sexual Crime• Death• Infection• Internal bleeding• Chronic pain• Sexually transmitted disease• Internal laceration• Damage to internal organs• Vaginitus
  16. 16. Paul’s experience in Sex Crime CasesMr. Petrus worked exclusively in adult sex crimes for over three and ahalf years while working as a probation officer. He has receivedspecialized training in sex crimes. As a probation officer, he hassearched computers for child pornography and assisted in the chargingof defendants with crimes thereof.
  17. 17. Contact Paul D. Petrus, Jr. for more about criminal defense law and procedures in New York www.petruslaw.com New York Criminal Defense Lawyer Phone: 212.564.2440 paul@petruslaw.com

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