Alabama Sex Crimes

In Alabama, there are few charges more serious than a sex offense. A conviction for a sex crime can result in a long prison sentence, registration or notification requirements and lifelong reputational harm. If you have been arrested for a sex crime in Mobile, Bay Minette, or any other city in Alabama, CALL (251) 444-1444 immediately to speak with a Mobile criminal defense attorney. Your freedom may depend on it.


In Alabama, the charge of Rape is a very serious offense. Rape is classified in degrees. Rape in the First Degree, or “forcible rape” occurs when a person engages in sexual intercourse of another person by forcible compulsion or with some… Read More


Much like Rape, In Alabama Sodomy is a very serious offense that can result in significant prison time, massive fines, and Sex Offender registration and notification. Although the elements of Sodomy are slightly different, the practical results of a… Read More

Sexual Misconduct

Although a misdemeanor in Alabama, a conviction for the crime of Sexual Misconduct can still result in Sex Offender Registration and Notification and jail time. A person commits the crime of sexual misconduct if he engages in sexual intercourse witho… Read More

Sexual Torture

Similar to Rape, the crime of Sexual Torture is a serious Class A Felony in Alabama. With a potential lengthly prison sentence and mandatory Sex Offender Registration & Notification, a conviction for Sexual Torture upends your entire life. If you… Read More

Indecent Exposure

Although a misdemeanor in Alabama, a conviction for Indecent Exposure can result in a lifetime of Sex Offender Registration and Notification requirements. A person commits the crime of indecent exposure if, with the intent to arouse or gratify sexual… Read More

Sexual Abuse

In Alabama, the crime of Sex Abuse occurs when a person subjects another person to sexual contact by forcible compulsion or he subjects another person to sexual contact who is incapable of consent by reason on being physically helpless or mentally in… Read More

Public Lewdness

In Alabama, a person commits the crime of public lewdness if he exposes himself in a public place and is reckless about whether another may be present who will be offended or alarmed by his act; or he does any lewd act in a public place which he know… Read More

School Employee Sex Offenses

In Alabama, state law prohibits a school employee from engaging in a sex act with a student under the age of 19 years, regardless if the student consented to the sexual act. This law is currently being challenged on Constitutional grounds, however if… Read More

Child Pornography

There is nothing more devastating to any person than being falsely accused of a child pornography offense. Alabama law differentiates between mere possession, possession with intent to distribute, and production/manufacturing. Simple possession of &#… Read More

Child Sex Offenses

Sex Abuse of a Child less than 12 years old is a serious and devastating charge in the State of Alabama. A Class B Felony, any conviction would result in serious prison time and if ever released, one could expect a lifetime of Registration and Notifi… Read More

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