Marietta Sex Crime Lawyer
FACING SEX CRIME CHARGES IN MARIETTA?
Georgia has some of the most severe penalties for sex crime offenders in the country. If you are convicted for rape or any other sex crimes you may face not only lengthy prison time but also be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life. Sex crimes provoke a very negative reaction in society and they can be very stressful for everyone involved. We are prepared to investigate the charges and circumstances surrounding your case.
Once you meet with one of our Marietta criminal defense lawyers, you can be sure we will do everything possible to represent your best interests and seek to reduce or dismiss the charges against you. Sex crimes carry heavy penalties and they can affect your entire life. It is important to have the experience and resources our firm can provide to stand up to the pressure and stress of being accused of sex crimes such as rape, molestation, and child pornography.
TYPES OF SEX CRIME CASES
Because people can and are falsely accused of sex crimes we will do an in-depth assessment of all the factors and evidence being used against you. In many cases, it comes down to one person’s word against yours and the evidence may be slim or non-existent. Among the many types of sex crimes we can handle are:
- Rape and sexual battery
- Child molestation
- Solicitation and prostitution
- Child pornography, including the ownership, sale or production of child pornography
- Indecent exposure or public indecency
The laws regarding sexual crimes have gotten more and more severe in recent years, especially regarding child pornography and the use of the Internet. Because of the mandatory registration as a sex offender that will occur if you are convicted of a sex crime, it is important that you have the experience and dedication we can provide you to protect your rights and prevent an unnecessary miscarriage of justice. Please contact a Marietta sex crime lawyer from our team today to learn more!
CONTACT BLEVINS & HONG
191 Roswell Street, Marietta, GA 30060
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