Let Ex-Prosecutors Protect You
Sex crimes are some of the most troubling criminal charges, because even if a defendant is found not guilty, his or her entire community, job, and even family may have trouble ever moving past the allegations.
And because of the intimate nature of the accusations, many accused people decide that they should simply talk to the police and explain what happened – from their point of view. We cannot stress enough that this is the wrong thing to do.
If you are the subject of a sex crimes investigation or have been questioned by the police in Butler County, whether or not you have been arrested, you need an experienced Sex Crimes Defense Attorney. Telling the police “your side of the story” may simply confirm details that your accuser has provided, strengthening the case that police are building against you. Don’t risk it.
You have the right to remain silent. Use it.
When it comes to talking to someone about a sex crimes investigation or charge, tell us. Never speak to police investigators without representation.
“Sex crimes” covers a lot of ground – rape, sexual battery, gross sexual imposition, unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, and sexual assault. It is crucial that you consult with knowledgeable Sex Crimes Defense Attorneys to understand what kinds of penalties you may face if convicted. Convicted sex offenders typically face jail time and may be required to register as a sex offender, often for the rest of their lives.