The Best Way To Beat Sex Crimes Charges
Three Keys To Success
If you face allegations of a sexual assault or another sex crime, your freedom is on the line. You likely have more questions than answers right now, wondering things like how to beat a sexual assault charge or how to beat a false rape accusation.
Sex crimes charges are frightening, and a conviction will change your life forever by branding you as a sex offender. As you think about your future and begin identifying your legal options, it is important to remember one thing: It is possible to beat a sex crime charge.
The law firm of O’Brien Hatfield Reese, PA, can help you. We have extensive experience defending our clients against sexually based charges in Florida. There are many components to a successful defense, but the following are the three keys you need to consider.
1. Hire An Attorney With Experience
You only get one chance to defeat these damaging charges, and you cannot afford to leave that chance in the hands of an attorney who is figuring things out as he or she goes along. We have experience taking these cases to trial and achieving the best possible outcome for people facing charges such as sexual battery, pornography possession and sexual exploitation.
2. Do Not Talk About Your Case With Anyone Before You Talk To Your Attorney
You have nothing to gain by trying to go out and defend your reputation on your own, confronting accusers or even cooperating with a police investigation. Even if you have done nothing wrong, there are significant risks to speaking without counsel present.
3. Do Not Wait For Charges
If your charges were a surprise, that is OK; we can help you. But if you believe you are under investigation or someone has accused you of a crime, do not wait for charges to be filed to get in touch with us. The sooner you have us working on your case, the sooner we can gather evidence, pursue a dismissal, negotiate a plea or prepare for a possible trial.
Your rights, your reputation and your freedom are all on the line if you have been accused of a sex crime. Contact us immediately for a free consultation with a proven defense lawyer.