Sex crimes are extremely serious offenses that carry hefty penalties that will follow you for the rest of your life. Just the social stigma of being identified as a sex offender is enough to ruin any future prospects for housing and employment.
Unfortunately, people are falsely accused of committing sex crimes every day. If this has happened to you or a loved one, it is essential that you fight aggressively to clear your name.
In a word, anyone can be falsely accused of a sex crime. However, such damaging allegations are often made during custody battles or during a breakup or divorce.
You will know that you have been accused of a sex crime if you are contacted by the police or Child Protective Services (CPS). If either of these agencies ask to speak with you, remember: you are not under arrest, you are under investigation. The police are not trying to help you. It is in your best interest to politely decline the interview ad seek the assistance of an experienced sex crimes defense attorney immediately.
If you are under investigation for a sex crime or believe that you will be, take the first step in protecting your rights and freedoms. Call The Law Offices of Ned Barnett today to schedule a free consultation. We are ready to get to work on your case and mount a proactive defense to clear your good name.
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