Federal Sex Offenses

Protecting Your Rights and Reputation in Federal Court

A federal sex crime usually includes the violation of a federal law or the crossing of state lines. Often, these cases involve the Internet or human trafficking. Conviction for any federal criminal offense often comes with mandatory minimum sentences.

If you've been charged with a federal sex crime, don't waste any time in calling an experienced criminal defense attorney. At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, our Raleigh federal sex crime lawyer has worked on both sides of the courtroom. This experience helps him craft a thorough defense strategy that focuses on minimizing or eliminating the charges against you. Contact our North Carolina law firm for more information.

Defending Against All Federal Sex Crime Charges

Any federal sex crime can lead to criminal consequences, registration as a sex offender and a permanently ruined reputation. When facing such harsh consequences, don't wait to seek aggressive, dedicated representation. Attorney Patrick Roberts has experience defending against federal sex crimes charges, and is here to fight hard to limit the consequences you are facing for sex offense charges involving:

If you have not yet been charged with, but are under investigation for a sex crime, you should still seek legal help. Confused about when you should contact a lawyer ? Speak to us today to learn if the help of a lawyer can be a benefit at this stage in the criminal process.

Contact Our North Carolina Federal Criminal Offense Lawyer

Contact attorney Patrick Roberts to schedule a free initial consultation. If you feel we are the right law firm for you, we can promise that we will be by your side and at your service throughout the legal process.

U.S. vs. J.R.
Charge: Mail Fraud (9 Counts), Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud
Facing: Three years in prison
Result: One year, One day

Our client was convicted of nine counts of mail fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud. The government alleged that our client fraudulently obtained more than $115,000 from her former employer. At the sentencing hearing, the Judge granted our motion for a downward departure, sentencing our client to one year and one day. The government had asked the judge to sentence our client to several years.