June 17, 2011

The Facts
A Moreno Valley man accused of climbing into a 14-year-old girl’s bedroom and sexually assaulting her more than 100 times has been charged with 19 felonies.  Prosecutors said additional charges could be filed against Pedro Ramon Alonso, 22, as evidence in the case is reviewed. If convicted of all charges, Alonso could face life in prison.  Alonso was arrested after the girl reported months of sexual abuse.

The Charges
He was charged with five counts of rape, four counts of sodomy, five counts of oral copulation and five counts of sexual penetration by force, according to a criminal complaint.  Other potential charges could certainly include residential burglary and, based on the victim reporting that Alsonso threatened to harm her and her family if she reported the assaults, criminal threats.

The Possible Consequences for a Case Like This
While life in prison is not a potential sentence for any one of the charges Alonso faces, the total sentence he faces if convicted of all counts would certainly mean that Alonso would have little to no chance of ever breathing “free air” again.  On the other hand, if the victim here was under 14, Alonso would potentially be facing consecutive life sentences under penal code 269.

If you or someone you love has been accused of a sex crime in California, contact the experienced Southern California criminal defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich today at 1-(877) 466-5245 for a consultation of your case. We can help you.

Author:Stephen D. Klarich

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