Have You Been Charged With A Sex Crime? Take Action Now
If you believe you are under investigation for a sex crime, you should begin taking action immediately to protect yourself. The potential consequences of a sex crime conviction are so severe and lasting that you cannot delay putting together the strongest possible defense.
Sex Offender Registration
If convicted, you may be forced to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life. This means that the government monitors where you live, work and socialize, among other limitations. Any violation, even something as minor as moving without informing the government, is an additional crime.
As there is no way to delete or remove that status, you can fight it now or live with the black mark for the rest of your life.
Dangerous Crimes Against Children (DCAC)
If the alleged victim is 14 years of age or younger for particular types of crimes, this act substantially increases the sentencing range. DCAC sentences run consecutively, not concurrently.
Skilled Legal Defense
It is possible to begin fighting charges before they are filed. Taking action before charges are filed may prevent the filing of charges. Even if that effort is not successful, it leaves you well-positioned to fight any charges.
Our firm offers skilled defense against charges such as:
- Child molestation
- Sexual conduct with a minor
- Sexual assault (rape)
- Sexual exploitation of a minor (possession or distribution of child pornography)
- Child prostitution
- Aggravated luring
- Indecent exposure
- Public sexual indecency
We Are Never Outworked
At The Nolan Law Firm, we have decades of combined criminal defense experience that have taught us how to fight for the best possible resolutions for our clients. We know how to conduct thorough investigations and get ahead of criminal investigations. We are a team known for our ability to truly help people who are facing the most difficult situations.
Contact Us Today For Help
Do not hesitate to begin building a defense against sex crime charges. Turn to The Nolan Law Firm. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our attorneys, call 480-773-7901 or contact us online.