Child Sex Abuse and Molestation Defense Lawyer
We’ll Listen to Your Side of the Story. Call Us Today. (NCGS § 14-27)
If you have been charged with molestation or another sex crime against a child, it is critical that you don’t talk to police before receiving an experienced attorney’s advice. Police and prosecutors are under a lot of pressure to lock up sex offenders, and they will use illegal methods to get you to talk. Sex crimes against children are often a case of “he said, she said.” The less you say up front, the better chance you have of having your side of the story heard. If you have been charged, Roberts Law Group, PLLC is ready to listen to your side of the story. Contact our offices for a free initial consultation about the charges you are facing.
The Prosecutor Will Build a Strong Case Against You. We Know Their Tactics.
Attorney Patrick Roberts has served as a prosecutor in three North Carolina counties. He knows what strategies prosecutors use when building their cases against people charged with molestation, sexual assault or other sex offenses involving children.
The Police Will Try to Get You to Say Anything. Call Us Before You Talk.
When the police come calling, we give you straight legal answers about sexual offenses involving children. We have the experience needed to effectively defend clients in cases involving:
- Molestation, sexual exploitation of a minor
- Statutory rape
- Possession or distribution of child pornography
- Internet solicitation of minors
- Child sexual abuse
- Lewd conduct when a child is present
When you come to our law office for representation in a child sex crime case, we will immediately begin preparing a strong and compelling defense. If necessary, we will work with experts to handle sensitive issues. In most cases, it is necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of any child interviews and identify if the child has been influenced into making a false accusation. We are relentless in our efforts to protect your rights and your freedom.
More Information for People Charged with Child Sex Crimes:
- Were you falsely accused of a sex offense?
- Sex offender registration
- Cases involving Child Protective Services
- How an expert witness can help your case
- The sex crime trial process
- Why and when you need a lawyer
- What Constitutes a Sex Offense?
Contact our offices in Raleigh, North Carolina, to discuss the charges you are facing. Even if you are only under investigation at this time, it’s important to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer.