The American justice system doesn't take allegations of sex crimes lightly, especially at the federal level. If you're convicted of a federal sex offense, you face more than just jail time or fines. Below, we catalogue some of the myriad ways these allegations, whether accurate or not, can affect your future.
Federal Sex Crime Sentencing
The term "sex offender" refers to anyone who commits a crime that involves the sexual victimization of an adult or minor. Examples of federal sex crimes are possession or distribution of child pornography, failure to register as a sex offender if convicted of a sex crime, contact offenses, and promotion of illegal sex acts of any kind.