What’s The Best Way to Beat Sex Crimes Charge?
Accused Of A Sex Offense? You Can Avoid A Conviction And Sex Offender Registration.
If you are being investigated or have already been arrested and charged with a sex crime, your life is not over. You can beat a sex crime charge, avoid prison time and avoid having to register as a sex offender, with the help of an experienced North Carolina sex crimes defense lawyer.
Contact the Charlotte law office of Roberts Law Group, PLLC, to discuss your case and learn how we can help fight sex crime charges related to allegations of illegal sexual activity, including sexual assault, sexual battery, rape, statutory rape, indecent liberties with a minor, possession of child pornography and other Internet sex crimes. Our law firm can be reached online or at 877-880-5753.
Sex Crime Charges Can Be Beaten. Our Lawyers Have Done It.
At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, we have successfully argued for dismissals of sex crime charges and won acquittals of sex offenses at trial. Our sex crimes defense lawyers have earned:
- Dismissal of a first-degree statutory sex offense charge. Our client was accused of forcing his daughter to perform oral sex on him. We aggressively challenged every aspect of the state’s case through the use of experts and won dismissal of the statutory rape charge.
- Dismissal of a statutory rape charge. Our client was accused of having sex with a female minor. Despite a positive identification of our client by the underage female as the man with whom she’d had sex, we were able to secure dismissal of the statutory rape charge. Our client faced only probation for a misdemeanor offense and avoided the sex offender registry.
- Dismissal of sex offender restriction violations. Our client was accused of using social media despite a North Carolina law prohibiting registered sex offenders from using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. The social media violation was dismissed and our client avoided a six- to eight-month prison sentence.
- Dismissal of indecent liberties with a minor. Our client was accused by his two stepdaughters (ages 13 and 15) of sexual assault. The behavior was reported to a school counselor, who reported the issue to Child Protective Services. We launched an investigation and conducted interviews with the accusers, who later admitted they had lied about the assault because they were upset with their stepfather for disciplining them.
- Probation: Our client had no previous criminal record, and was accused of breaking into a neighbor’s house and sexually assaulting her. We identified major holes in the prosecution’s case, and our client was allowed to plead guilty to a lesser charge of Misdemeanor Assault on a Female, and his Breaking and Enterting charges were dismissed. Had he been convicted of the original charges, he would have been required to register as a sex offender for 30 years. We helped him avoid this.
- No charges filed: Our client was accused of inappropriately touching a child for whom he used to babysit. Our client was accused by the child of inappropriately touching the child and siblings. We were able to interview family members who denied that anything nefarious ever happened, and ultimately Child Protective Services closed their investigation and charges were never filed.
- No charges filed: Our client was accused of using his cell phone to secretly record under a female’s skirt. We arranged for him to be evaluated by a licensed psychologist, and based on the results of that evaluation, no charges were filed.
In addition to getting sex crimes charges dropped, our firm has been able to help clients completely avoid sex crimes charges when our legal representation was secured early on in the investigation. Our Charlotte sex crimes defense lawyers have kept charges from being filed in cases involving:
- Indecent liberties with a child
- Distribution of child pornography via a P2P network
- A second-degree forcible sex offense
- Possession of child pornography
These are just a few examples of the successes we have had fighting sex crimes allegations on behalf of individuals facing serious prison time and being forced to register for up to life as a sex offender based on charges of a state or federal sex crime in North Carolina.
Can A Sex Offense Charge Be Removed From Your Record?
If you were accused of a sex crime and found not guilty or the charges were dismissed, you may be eligible to have the alleged sex offense removed from your criminal record. If you have been convicted of a sex crime and completed your sentence, including any prison time and term of years as a registered sex offender, you may be able to have your name removed from the sex offender registry. Talk to a lawyer to find out more.
Talk To A Sex Crimes Lawyer Who Has Successfully Defended Others In Your Shoes
The best defense against a sex crime charge is to involve an experienced defense lawyer as early in the investigation as possible. If you think you are being investigated for an Internet sex crime, a sex offense involving a minor or a forcible sexual assault, contact our law firm today for a free consultation. Learn how we can help you by calling 877-880-5753 or contact our Charlotte law office online.
*Disclaimer: The listed cases above are illustrative of the types of cases handled and do not represent the entire record of cases handled by the firm. The outcome of a particular case is based upon a variety of factors and cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or law firm’s past results. The penalties listed for each case are the maximum amount of time the client was facing, based upon the structured sentencing guidelines and taking into consideration each client’s criminal record at that time. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.