Sex offense crimes can get you into deep trouble with the law. If you're accused of one of these crimes, it's important that you defend yourself. Charges placed against you may not be true or accurate, and you deserve to have your reputation protected.
If you're accused of a crime like having child pornography on your computer or being indecent with a child, it's best to defend yourself immediately. These charges can quickly spiral out of control, leading to accusations of child molestation or even rape. You deserve to be able to tell your side of the story before you're accused of crimes you haven't committed.
For instance, what if you were simply outside going to the bathroom? That could, in the right circumstances, turn into an indecent exposure case that leads to being indecent with a child, if the child happens to be the one who finds you. Should you be charged with a sex offense over a misunderstanding? Most likely not.
A strong defense can help you get heard before your case hits the media or is influenced by outside factors. Your defense may help you by showing why you couldn't have committed a crime or why you're innocent of what you've been accused of. Maybe you have an alibi, or perhaps this is a case of a mistaken identity. With the right evidence and witness support, you can be sure that you fight the charges as much as possible before you ever have to go to trial. Our website has more information on what you can do to protect yourself.