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Defending Yourself Against Sex Charges

October 27, 2017

Sex crimes not only result in serious legal consequences, but they can have a lifelong impact on your reputation and personal relationships. A wrongful conviction of a sex crime can be devastating, so it is important to know how to defend yourself against these charges. Whether you were at the wrong place at the wrong time or you are suffering with the retaliation of a disgruntled former employee, being wrongly accused of a sex crime is incredibly stressful. Knowing what to do in this time of distress can make a big difference in the outcome of your case, so be sure to follow these guidelines:

Hire an Attorney

All sex crimes, including indecent exposure, prostitution, statutory rape, and sexual assault are major charges that should be discussed with an attorney. Even if you know you are innocent, you need to be able to prove it in a court of law, and a skilled defense attorney will understand how to achieve this task and navigate the legal system.

Speak with Your Loved Ones

Accusations of sex crimes, especially those that gain media attention, can be a source of contention for you and your loved ones. However, it’s important to have the support of your friends and family as you fight your charges, so be sure to have an honest, candid conversation about your situation and your side of the story.

Organize the Facts of the Case

The specifics of your defense will depend on the circumstances of your case, but there may be witnesses, camera footage, or other evidence that contradicts details of the accuser’s story. Think about the incident in question with a clear head, and discuss any potential evidence or witnesses with your attorney as you build your case.

For an aggressive, professional defense in Tucson, AZ, contact the law offices of Janet Altschuler. Ms. Altschuler will offer more than 20 years of experience to your case, and she can help you defend your rights when facing any type of sex crime charges. To learn more, call (520) 247-1789.