Former Prosecutor Defending Against Statutory Rape Charges In Cary

Human beings don't have microchips that you can scan into a machine to find out their true age (at least not yet). Unfortunately, a person's age can be manipulated via fake profiles online. What does this mean for people who find themselves on the wrong side of statutory rape charges, accused of engaging in sex acts with a minor?

It means you need an aggressive defense from a criminal defense lawyer who knows his way around the Wake County courthouses. You need Patrick Roberts, a former prosecutor who has a tremendous record defending his clients against statutory rape and other sex crimes charges.

Statutory rape charges can ruin your life if you let them. Don't let them! Call Roberts Law Group, PLLC, at 877-880-5753 today to request a consultation.

There Are Two Sides To This Story. We'll Make Sure You're Heard (Eventually).

The reactions are predictable when accusations of statutory rape are leveled against a defendant: "Gross!" "Pervert!" "Sicko!" The good news is that you live in the United States of America, and you are innocent until proven guilty. Your side of the story deserves to be heard, but the venue is crucial. Don't speak to the police about the accusations against you before seeking the advice of a criminal defense attorney. What you say can — and WILL — be used against you in a court of law.

Let's review. Should you say any of the following to the police?

  • "She told me she was 18!" NO!
  • "I thought it was okay if we were within _ years of each other." NO!
  • "___'s dad said it was okay." NO!
  • "We only _____. That doesn't count, right?" NO!

Zip Your Lips And Contact Roberts Law Group, PLLC

You have nothing to gain and everything to lose by talking before the time is right. Contact us today to request a consultation with experienced sex crimes defense lawyer Patrick Roberts. He's a former prosecutor with a sterling track record of achieving the best possible outcomes for people facing life-ending sex crimes charges.

North Carolina vs. O.S.
Charge: First Degree Forcible Rape and First Degree Kidnapping
Facing: 26 - 33 years in prison
Result: Dismissed

Case involved allegations of forcible rape at gun point. We were able to gather evidence to attack the accuser's credibility and discredit her story. The prosecution dismissed the charges.

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