If you have been accused of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor in the Dayton area, contact experienced criminal defense attorney Mark Babb to discuss your case. You need someone to protect your rights now.
Unlawful sexual conduct with a minor is where a person eighteen or older has sex with a person between the ages of thirteen and fifteen. Unlawful sexual conduct with a minor is covered by Ohio Revised Code section 2907.04.
Level of offense of Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a minor:
- first degree misdemeanor — when the accused is less than four years older than the other person (up to six months jail, $1000 fine, probation). If convicted, the offender MAY have to register as a sex offender.
- third degree felony — when the accused is ten years or more older than the other person then the crime is a felony of the third degree (up to five years of prison plus fines). If convicted, sex offender registration is mandatory.
- fourth degree felony — when the accused is between four and ten years older than the other person then the crime is a felony of the fourth degree (up to eighteen months in prison plus fines. If convicted, sex offender registration is mandatory.
Contact attorney Mark Babb at 937-318-1387 to discuss your case today. Being accused does not have to mean being convicted. Let an experienced criminal defense attorney protect your rights in court and fight for your freedom and your reputation.