To prove that the defendant is guilty of the crime of sexual battery (PC 243.4), the District Attorney must prove that the defendant touched the intimate part of another person without the other person's consent and while the other person was restrained (or reasonably did not believe he or she was free to leave).
If the defendant is found guilty of sexual battery (PC 243.4) he or she must registered as a sex offender with local authorities. In addition, if the defendant is found guilty of sexual battery he or she will likely be fined, subjected to informal or formal probation, suffer immigration or professional licensing consequences, or more.
To learn more about penal code section 243.4 "Sexual Battery" call criminal defense attorney Christopher Dorado today. There are no fees for initial consultations and our office is available 24/7 for emergency service.
Our office represents defendants who have been charged with a sex crime in the county of San Bernardino, including the cities of Rialto, Colton, Fontana, Redlands, Victorville, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, Barstow, and more. Call today to speak to a sex crimes criminal defense attorney. 909.913.3138