Fremont Sex Crime Attorney
Arrested? Begin your defense today!
The Law Offices of Adam Allen Arant, Esq. has a solid track-record of obtaining favorable results for its clients who are accused of crimes. Attorney Arant practices criminal law exclusively and has the knowledge and experience to contest your criminal charges in court.
Types of Sex Offenses
Penalties for a sex crime conviction can include lengthy prison sentences, heavy fines, possible probation or community service, and mandated sex offender registration. You need to act quickly to secure legal representation as soon as you are charged with a sex crime.
The firm can defend you from charges such as:
- Failure to register as a sex offender
- Indecent exposure
- Lewd conduct
- Sexual abuse
Exact penalties depend on several factors including the severity of the crime, whether a child was involved, if violence or threats were used and if you have any prior criminal convictions.
What are the Penalties For Sex Crimes?
A sex crime of any kind is a very serious charge; convictions can result in years spent in prison and potentially having to register as a sex offender once released. A conviction will follow you around for a long time, harming your personal and professional relationships. When you are accused of a sex crime, you need a Fremont criminal defense attorney who will stop at nothing to defend you and work hard to avoid a conviction.
You are not alone! Call the firm today!
You need to work with a Freemont sex crime lawyer who has the experience in dealing with such issues to offer you the optimum defense. The firm can work alongside investigators and expert witnesses to prevent a conviction. The prosecution needs to prove beyond reasonable doubt you committed the crime in question and the firm can work hard to discredit the prosecution's case.
There is a good chance a conviction will bring registering as a sex offender each year. Your name, address, and photograph will also be made available to the public on a sex offender website. Failing to register can bring additional charges.
Don't let a conviction ruin your life— contact the firm to speak with a legal representative!