Sex Crimes Against Students
Are You A Teacher Or Coach Who Has Been Accused Of A Sex Act With A Student? (NCGS § 14-27)
If you are a teacher, coach or administrator who has been accused of a sex crime involving a child, it may seem like your life is over. While it is true that the court of public opinion often judges swiftly and harshly, a court of law is an entirely different story. With an experienced sex crimes defense attorney on your side, you can fight false sex crimes charges so that you can get back to your life and career.
At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, we have built a reputation for achieving successful results in difficult cases on behalf of people just like you who are facing accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior. We represent the innocent, the falsely accused, the wrongly charged and the unfairly treated who have been accused of sex offenses involving minors. Contact our law firm online today or call 877-880-5753 to schedule a free consultation at our Charlotte office.
What To Expect When You’ve Been Accused Of A Sex Crime
North Carolina law makes it a felony for teachers, coaches, teacher’s aides, school administrators, student teachers and school safety officers to engage in a sex act or to have sexual intercourse with a student at the same school who is more than four years younger than the employee. Violating this sex crime law is a Class G felony punishable by 10 to 13 months in prison and requiring registration as a sex offender.
You need and deserve a strong defense when false allegations of sexual misconduct involving a student challenge everything you have worked to build in your teaching or coaching career. A misinterpreted touch, email or text should not be allowed to destroy everything you have worked to create. At Roberts Law Group, or sex crimes defense lawyers represent educators accused of:
- Taking indecent liberties with a student
- Child molestation or child abuse
- Sexual assault
- Statutory rape
- Online solicitation of a student
- Possession of child pornography depicting a student, such as a sexual text or sext
If you have been accused of taking indecent liberties with a student by the student, by his or her parent or even by another student, it is likely that you will be suspended from your position pending an investigation. It does not matter whether the student consented to physical contact; North Carolina criminalizes sexual contact between students and teachers regardless of consent.
Contact Roberts Law Group, PLLC, For A Free Consult
If you are an educator who has been accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student, contact our law firm today to speak with an experienced sex crimes defense lawyer. We offer a free consultation with a criminal defense lawyer at our Charlotte office. Email us to schedule a meeting or call us at 877-880-5753.