In an overall sense, some types of sex charges are more serious than others. Even so, each and every one should be taken seriously, as this could have a major impact on your life now and in the future.
If you have been charged with a sex crime, you know that police will want to speak with you. In some cases, they may even want to enter your home. In the event that law enforcement is pressuring you to investigate your home and/or property, it's essential to know your rights and what to do next.
First things first, you need to know if you are being charged with a sex crime. The most common types include:
-- Sexual assault
-- Unlawful sexual contact
-- Internet solicitation of a minor
-- Date rape
-- Distribution of pornography
-- Possession of pornography
While you hope that the authorities will treat you fairly, this does not always happen. There are times when police overlook a detail, on purpose, in an attempt to strengthen their case and charge you with a crime.
Have you been charged with a sex crime? If the answer is yes, don't wait another minute to contact us. You can reach out online or via phone. Either way, we won't wait to get back in touch with you.
This is a serious situation that deserves the attention of a knowledgeable law firm. We have helped many people like you in the past and are willing to give you all the guidance you need in the future.