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Facing criminal charges is a frightening experience. Even if you think you've done nothing wrong, trying to talk your way out of a difficult situation with the police can only make things worse. Whether you are accused of drunk driving, fraud or smuggling illegal aliens, talk to a skilled New York criminal defense attorney immediately.

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Civil Confinement

Civil Confinement Lawyer in New York

If you were convicted of a sex crime in New York, served your sentence and paid your penalties, you may have hoped to move on with your life — only to find this impossible due to New York’s civil confinement law. Tougher laws for dealing with sex offenders have been extended to life after completion of official prison sentences, by way of civil confinement.

Governor Eliot Spitzer signed into law a civil confinement law that allows ongoing imprisonment of sex offenders in “civil confinement” situations following completion of prison sentences. A sex offender may be subjected to civil confinement if he or she is deemed to be suffering from a mental disorder.

New York Law Offices Offer Aggressive Criminal Defense

Are you or is your loved one in danger of losing your freedom or any chance at rehabilitation because civil confinement is in the cards for you after you have finished your prison sentence? Aggressive defense at every stage of your sex crime case can help protect your rights and your freedoms.

Discuss the case with an experienced criminal defense attorney at the Law Office of Mark J. Sacco. The Law Offices of Mark J. Sacco serve clients throughout New York State.

Learn how our New York lawyers can help ensure that a person accused of a sex crime, a suspect who has been convicted or a released prisoner’s constitutional rights are protected through all phases of a sex crime case, both before a conviction and after a trial and prison sentence.

Contact a New York Sex Crime Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with any type of sex crime, you face the possibility of prison and civil confinement after you are released from prison. To speak with an attorney, schedule a consultation by calling us at 518-380-6005 or contact us online .