Sabbak & Izmaylova, LLP | Atlanta Sex Crimes Lawyers
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Atlanta Sex Crimes Lawyers

Rape, Statutory Rape, regular or Aggravated Child Molestation, regular or Aggravated Sexual Battery, regular or Aggravated Sodomy, Incest, Enticing a Child, Child Pornography, Public Indecency, and Prostitution are examples of sex crimes in the state of Georgia. While, under very limited circumstances, some of the sex crimes can be prosecuted as misdemeanors, most of the time, they are prosecuted as felonies.

Depending on the crime, a conviction can result in life imprisonment or a lengthy confinement sentence because of the mandatory minimums required by Georgia Law. All individuals, who are on probation for a sex crime conviction, are obligated to comply with both state and federal sex offender registry laws for the rest of their lives. Failure to comply with the sex offender registry laws can lead to an additional felony conviction.

Our experienced criminal defense lawyers have handled plenty of sex crimes cases, a couple of which resulted in “Not Guilty” verdicts after jury trials; a few of which were dismissed after our criminal defense attorneys were able to conduct their own investigations; and a handful of which resolved with a reduction in the charges. Some common Georgia sex crimes we handle include:

  • Rape
  • Statutory Rape
  • Child Molestation
  • Aggravated Child Molestation
  • Enticing a Child for Indecent Purposes
  • Public Indecency
  • Prostitution
  • Incest
  • Sexual Battery
  • Aggravated Sexual Battery
  • Child Pornography
  • Online Solicitation of a Child

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Free Consultation with Experienced Georgia Sex Crimes Lawyers

If you have been charged with a sex crime in the state of Georgia, you need our experienced and aggressive Georgia criminal defense trial lawyers fighting for you. Contact the Law Firm of Sabbak & Izmaylova, LLP today for a free consultation. 

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Case Results

NOT GUILTY – CHILD MOLESTATION

Client was charged with two counts of Child Molestation and was facing 40 years in prison. The client rejected all plea offers from the State and we announced ready for trial. During the trial, we argued that the State failed to provide sufficient evidence to convict our client of these charges. Following jury deliberations, the jury found our client “Not Guilty” on count one and were hung on the second count. As we prepared to retry the case on count two, the State was forced to dismiss that count because the reliability of their witness’s testimony, from the first trial, was challenged.

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CHILD MOLESTATION DISMISSED

Client was charged with 2 counts Child Molestation and Criminal Attempt to Commit Child Molestation, and was facing 50 years in prison. After preparing for trial, the State was forced to place this case on the Dead Docket, due to a lack of evidence. The case was eventually dismissed.

AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION DISMISSED

Client was charged with 6 counts of Aggravated Child Molestation and was facing a total of 6 life-in-prison sentences. After thorough investigation and preparation for trial, the State placed this case on the Dead Docket because of the lack of evidence. Our client was released from custody and the case was later dismissed.

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AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION REDUCED TO CHILD MOLESTATION

Client was charged with Aggravated Child Molestation, which carries a mandatory minimum sentence of life in prison. After having our client examined by a psychologist, we presented the State with mitigating evidence, which resulted in a reduction of the charge. Our client plead guilty to Child Molestation and avoided the mandatory sentence of life in prison.

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FELONY PEEPING TOM REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR

Client was charged with 2 counts of Peeping Tom. After announcing ready for trial, the State reduced both felony counts down to misdemeanors. Our client was sentenced for 2 counts of Criminal Trespass to 2 years of probation and no jail time.

AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION REDUCED TO CHILD MOLESTATION

Client charged with two counts of Aggravated Child Molestation which carries a mandatory minimum sentence of life in prison each, two counts of Child Molestation, and two counts of Aggravated Sexual Battery. After intense negotiations, we were able to convince the State to dismiss both counts of Aggravated Child Molestation charge against our client. Instead our client only plead guilty to Child Molestation avoiding the mandatory life in prison.

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