Sex crimes are treated very seriously in Florida and the sentences are usually severe. The justice system implements heavy sentences to try to reduce the chances of recidivism.
Courts use various psychological testing results to set a punishment that fits the crime. Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest is one of the most common psychological tests used in court.
Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest
The Abel Assessment is a measurement tool that gathers psychological information that a patient might not want to share but that could have a significant impact on the criminal sentence.
Many people wonder how favorable test results from the Abel Assessment can lessen sex crime charges. The answer lies in the results. The Abel Assessment gathers insights on the sexual interest of the accused.
- Does the accused have an instinctive attraction to children?
- Is the accused exclusively attracted to children or also attracted to adults?
- Does the accused have other problematic sexual interests?
Courts use the answers of the computerized test to decide the fate of the accused. Knowing that favorable testing results can lessen sex crime charges, defense lawyer Jonathan Rose can use the information to build a strong case for his client.
How Defense Lawyer Jonathan Rose Can Help
Jonathan Rose listens attentively to his client’s situation to fully understand the circumstances. He is empathetic to the client’s condition and focuses on seeing things from the client’s point of view.
Mr. Rose is committed to defending those accused of sex crimes and strongly believes in their right to a defense. Defense lawyer Jonathan Rose has 18 years of experience representing clients in Orlando and throughout the state of Florida who are facing criminal charges.
Jonathan Rose carefully examines the results of various psychological tests, such as the Abel Assessment. He uses the favorable test results to prove that his client deserves a reduced sentence.
To learn more about the firm’s services in this area of law, please request an initial consultation. Call 407-894-4555, or contact the Orlando office by via email at [email protected]. Se habla español.