Handling complex sex crime defense cases throughout Massachusetts takes an experienced and highly skilled advocate. Contact us today to speak with one of our attorney's who zealously fight for their clients.
Sex crimes are prosecuted severely in Massachusetts and the consequences of a conviction can be devastating to a person. Long periods of incarceration, sex offender registration, and the stigma that attaches with such crimes are all common consequences of a conviction.
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Being charged with a sex offense can negatively impact your employment, your relationships, and destroy your reputation. If you are being investigated or have been charged with a sex offense, you need immediate representation from an experienced Massachusetts defense attorney.
If you are convicted of a sex crime, your freedom and reputation will be at stake. A sex crime conviction can damage your character amongst your peers, family, friends, and neighbors. Massachusetts law enforcement takes sex crime convictions very seriously. District Attorneys and the courts aggressively prosecute and punish sex crime offenders. Sex crime convictions can result in punishments such as:
• Monetary Fines
• Court Ordered Rehabilitation
• Loss of the Right to Vote
• Mandatory Sex Offender Registration
If you have been charged with a sex crime, it is important that you seek the representation of an aggressive and experienced Massachusetts Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer. Our Sex Crimes Defense Attorney's will investigate your case, interview key witnesses, challenge evidence presented against you, and defend your legal rights in and out of court.
Our Attorney's understand Massachusetts law. With our expert legal knowledge, we can inform you of your options, negotiate charges with prosecutors, develop appropriate motions to suppress evidence, and build a strong defense on your behalf.
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