Criminal accusations come with a presumption of innocence. The accusation of a sexual motivated offense results in the immediate judgment of family, friends and the community at large.
Often these cases are based solely on the accusation of the alleged witness with no evidence that corroborates the accusation. Once the allegation has been made, the alleged victim may be under tremendous pressure to stick to the false allegation.
The most important thing you can do after an allegation is contact an experienced criminal attorney to defend you against the charges.
Sex Offense Representation
Your criminal defense attorney can make sure that you properly invoke your right to remain silent. Your attorney can gather and preserve evidence that might otherwise be lost with the passage of time. Your attorney can work with the District Attorney’s Office so that all exculpatory and mitigating evidence is presented before any formal charges are filed.
In Georgia, an attorney experienced in fighting false allegations of a sexually motivated offense can help you clear your name. Aside from the social stigma that comes with being accused of sexual offenses, Georgia has serious legal penalties that include long prison sentences, stiff fines and an official registry for convicted sexual offenders.
Once a person is convicted of a sex crime and placed in the registry, the person has oppressive restrictions related to where the person accused of the crime can live or work.
An Atlanta sex crime attorney can act as a trusted confident for the defendant accused of sexual offenses in addition to helping minimize the gravity of the sexual offenses’ consequences.
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Some common sexual offenses include:
- Public Lewdness
- Indecent Exposure
- Prohibited Sexual Conduct
- Improper Relationship Between an Educator and Student
- Sexual Assault
- Aggravated Sexual Assault
- Rape / Statutory Rape
- Aggravated Kidnapping
- Criminal Solicitation of a Minor Under 16 Years of Age
- Indecency with a Child Under 16 Years of Age
- Improper Visual Recording or Photography
- Obscene Distribution or Display
- Display, Distribution or Sale of Harmful Material to Minor under 16 years of age
- Possession or Promotion of Child Pornography
- Employment Harmful to Children
Prostitution / Solicitation
- Compelling Prostitution
- Promotion of Prostitution
- Aggravated Promotion of Prostitution
- Federal Sex Crimes
If YOU HAVE BEEN ACCUSED OF A CRIME BUT HAS NOT YET BEEN CHARGED, CALL US IMMEDIATELY. WE MAY BE ABLE TO PREVENT THE FILING OF FORMAL CHARGES.