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Sex Crimes Defense Cannot Wait

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | November 17, 2021

Early intervention is key in all criminal defense matters, but it can be argued that it is the most crucial when it comes to sex crimes defense.

You are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, but waiting for the legal process to run its course in a sex crimes case can result in irreparable harm to your personal reputation, your standing in the community and your future opportunities.

Accusations Alone Can Damage You

Being accused of a crime such as rape or child molestation is a nightmare. The accusation – let alone actual criminal charges – can turn your life upside down. The general public often rushes to judgment when sex crimes are alleged to have occurred. It does not matter whether this comes from a place of sensationalism and gossip or from a genuine desire to help victims. If you are accused of committing a sex crime you need to have a lawyer looking out for your interests right away.

There Is No Need to Wait For Charges

Do not talk if a detective shows up with questions about a potential sex crime. If you have reason to believe you are under investigation it is time to seek the advice of a proven sex crimes defense lawyer. Anything you say can and will be used against you by law enforcement and the prosecution.

Early intervention by an attorney can help you avoid charges altogether or provide an opportunity to negotiate a plea agreement for a lesser offense.

The bottom line: time is not on your side if you face sex crimes charges. You need to be proactive in protecting your reputation, your rights and your future.

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