The Law Offices of Ramiro J. Lluis have been defending client's from sex offense charges for decades.  From stalking on the internet to alleged rape and molestation charges, our office has strived to provide our clients with the best defense and preserve their rights to the fullest extent of the law.

Some of the Sex Crimes we have successfully represented our client's in, consist of:

Child Enticement

Attempting to entice, lure, tempt, or persuade any child to enter, leave, or stay in any building, vehicle, or place if such act is done with the use of force or with the intent to commit rape, indecent assault, battery, dissemination of material harmful to children, unnatural and lascivious acts, indecent exposure, or other sexual offenses.

Child Exploitation

The hiring, employment, persuasion, inducement, or coercion of child to perform in obscene exhibitions and incident shows, whether live, on video or film, or to pose or act as a model in obscene or pornographic materials, or to sell or distribute said materials.

Child Pornography

Any visual depiction of actual or simulated sexual conduct by an individual under the age of 18 or lascivious exhibition of the pubic area of such an individual. Courts have held that such material my be banned even if it is not legally obscene and does not involve nudity.

Child Procurement

The act of arranging or instigating a meeting with a child for the purpose of having sexual relations.

Indecent Exposure

An offensive display of one's own body in public, especially of the genitals.

Molestation

(1) The persecution or harassment of someone, as in the molestation of a witness.

(2)  The act of making unwanted and indecent advances to or on someone, especially for sexual gratification.

Child Molestation

Any indecent or sexual activity on, involving, or surrounding a child, usually under the age of 14.

Obscenity

Any form of expression, such as a book, painting, photograph, movie, or play, that deals with sex in a way that is regarded as so offensive as to be beyond the protection of the constitutional guarantee of freedom of speech. Under the most recent of the Supreme Court's efforts to define obscenity, the term applies to material that appeals to prurient interest, depicts, or describes sexual conduct in a way that is patently offensive, and lacks "serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value."

Pandering

The act or offense of recruiting a prostitute, finding a place of business for a prostitute, or soliciting customers for a prostitute. 2. The act or offense of selling or distributing textual or visual material openly advertised to appeal to the recipient's sexual interest

Pornography

Pictures and/or writings of sexual activity intended solely to excite lascivious feelings of a particularly blatant and aberrational kind, such as acts involving children, animals, orgies, and all types of sexual intercourse.

Prostitution

The crime of engaging in sexual intercourse or other sexual activity for hire.

Rape

Unlawful sexual activity with a person without consent and usually by force or threat of injury.

(1) Date Rape

Rape committed by someone known to the victim, especially by the victim's social companion.

(2) Marital Rape

A husband's sexual intercourse with his wife by force or without her consent.

(3) Statutory Rape

Unlawful sexual intercourse with a person under the age of consent, regardless of whether it is against that person's will.

Sexual Abuse
An illegal sex act, especially one performed against a minor by an adult. The term is usually applied to contact not amounting to rape. and is typically divided into degrees according to the nature and circumstances of the contact.

Spousal Abuse
Physical, sexual, or psychological abuse inflicted by one spouse on the other spouse.

Sexual Assault

Sexual intercourse with another person without that person's consent. 2. Offensive sexual contact with another person, exclusive of rape.

Sexual Harassment

A form of unlawful employment discrimination consisting of harassment of an employee or group of employees, usually women. This may take the form of requiring or seeking sexual favors as a condition of employment (quid pro quo harassment) or otherwise subjecting an employee to intimidation, ridicule, or insult because of her sex, whether or not the harassing conduct is sexual in nature.

Sexual Offense

General term used to describe a crime of a sexual nature.

Sodomy

A term varying in meaning from state to state, but generally referring to any type of sex act regarded by a legislature as "unnatural" or "perverted" In the narrowest and most traditional sense, the term refers to anal sexual intercourse between men, but it may extend to those or other acts between men and women (sometimes exemption married couples, sometimes not), or women and women, or people and animals. Also called a crime against nature, or an unnatural act.

Stalking

The act of threatening, harassing, or annoying someone, especially with the intent of placing the recipient in fear that an illegal act or an injury will be inflicted on the recipient or a member of the recipient's family or household.