Many times it involves alcohol and drugs; the person accused of rape often has no idea at the time of the act that what they were doing might not have been consensual. Different sex crimes have different levels of punishments. The definitions of an arousal and an indecent act are turning points in these cases. Sex offender registration laws make it difficult to find a place to live in Atlanta and in the state of Georgia. A conviction for a felony offense of a sexual nature may result in a requirement that the person registers as a sex offender for life, even if they are not a sexual predator. Public indecency, however, is a misdemeanor. It is a serious felony offense where a person should always consult a lawyer as soon as possible if they think they have been charged with rape. It is often the result of two people getting together and having different views on who said yes and whether or not there was there was a consensual act. A crime such as rape can carry up to life imprisonment with a mandatory minimum of twenty-five years in prison. Enticing a child is also a felony. Soliciting a prostitute is an aggravated misdemeanor. It is any immoral or indecent act in the presence of a child under sixteen to arouse or satisfy a sexual desire of the child or the defendant. An offense such as statutory rape can also be a felony, but it is a misdemeanor if it is two minors within a few years of age difference. Building a full story, not just a narrow point of view from the perspective of the alleged victim, is key to a person establishing their innocence and walking away unscathed from a serious charge like rape. If the offense is sexual in nature, such as a peeping tom charge while viewing a naked person, the result could be that the person is placed on the sex offender registry when convicted.