Alleged Sex Assault Results in the Arrest of Navy Recruit

Posted By Okabe & Haushalter || 19-Aug-2011

ABC News reports that an El Monte Navy recruiter has been arrested and charged with sexual assault of a potential recruit. The 40-year-old recruiter encountered the victim on March 9th when the recruit came to his office for a practice written test.


The victim reports that the sexual assault occurred in the recruiter's car after the two drove to a location near the victim's home, rather than to a library to retrieve study materials for the exam as she had been told. The woman contacted police immediately and the recruiter was taken into custody on Wednesday. On August 12, he was charged with one count of sexual penetration by a foreign object. The recruiter is being held on bail and could face up to eight years in prison.

When someone is accused of a sex crime they face serious penalties that could affect the rest of their life. Convicted offenders in California face severe sex crime charges such as prison time and fines. In addition, all sex crimes, even minor convictions such as indecent exposure, could require mandatory registration as a sexual offender. It is therefore extremely important to contact a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible in order to ensure that an attorney can help you.

If you are currently facing any type of sex crime charge, we encourage you to seek representation with a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer. At Okabe & Haushalter, we recognize the importance of each case and what is at stake for the person being convicted.

Contact Okabe & Haushalter as soon as possible to learn more about the help and defense you could receive regarding your legal case. Our level of service in your representation will maintain your rights and protect your freedom, so help yourself by letting us help you.

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