Prevent The Negative Repercussions Of Being Convicted Of A Sex Crime
Accusations of a sex crime can be incredibly devastating. If convicted, you may become a registered sex offender, which comes with certain requirements and limitations that don’t apply to other citizens. For example, you’ll need to register your address with law enforcement and avoid certain public places. Your personal information and details of your charges will also become public record.
False Accusations Of Sex Offense
False accusations and mistaken identity are common occurrences in the United States, particularly in cases involving sex offenses. Arrests and charges in such cases often stem from uncorroborated allegations, which may be driven by motives such as dishonesty, child custody battles, or other ulterior motives.
Defenses In A Sex Crime Case
When the defendant is accused of a crime that he or she did not commit, there may be substantial evidence that supports the fact that someone else committed the crime.
If you can provide evidence that you were in another place at the time of the alleged crime, this casts doubt on your guilt and may be used as a viable defense.
Inability To Perform
Sometimes, even if accused of a sexual offense such as rape or molestation, the defendant may be able to show that they were unable to physically perform the crime. This defense is often used by those who suffer from impotence or other medical conditions.
Contact Credible Law for comprehensive Sexual Offenses advice and representation.
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