In our previous blog post, we discussed the case of a registered sex offender who is working with children. He is being investigated to determine if his current situation violates Missouri laws. If it is found that it does, he could face more criminal charges. His case is one stark example of how much life changes if you are convicted of a sex-related crime.
We know that you might have a lot of questions about your charges, the options that you have for your case and the effects that all of this will have on your life. We can help you to work through these points so that you have a good idea about what might occur.
When you are charged with a sex-related crime, there is a chance that you will have to face social impacts before you are even convicted. These can be hard to handle. In most cases, the only way that you can fight back against these social impacts is to fight against the charges.
We can help you to learn about what options you have for your case. This will depend on the circumstances of the case. We have to look at each individual point that is present in your case. This could mean trying to figure out how to call DNA into question or how to show your side of what happened.
As frightening as sex-related charges are, you can't just hide and think they will go away. Just like anyone charged with a criminal act, you have the right to a defense. Learn how to exercise this right so that you can battle to keep your good reputation in tact.