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New Jersey Sex Crimes Defense Attorney

Sex crimes require not only an experienced, skilled attorney, but an attorney who is sensitive to the backlash you may be facing from family, friends, colleagues and peers. The criminal defense lawyers at our firm are committed to keeping your discussions with us confidential while pursuing the best possible outcome to your case. To learn more about our experienced lawyers, please call our law firm at 732-303-7857.

The defense attorneys at our firm handle all types of sex crime cases, such as:

The allegations against you are quite serious. You may be facing years in state prison, fines, mandatory registration as a sex offender and other consequences. Our attorneys will fight for alternatives to jail, which we have obtained in numerous sex crime cases in the past. We may be able to get you probationary terms instead of a jail sentence, or we may be able to get the charges dismissed or downgraded.

We Know You Stand to Lose a Lot for a Sex Crime Conviction

Even just the allegation of a sex crime can have a life-altering effect on your personal and professional relationships. A conviction can destroy your career, and potentially stay on your record for your entire life.

Whether you’ve been accused of, arrested for or charged with a sex crime, our attorneys are ready to help. During your free, confidential consultation, we create a private space for you to discuss the specifics of your situation. We can explore the possibility of mistakes made by the police during their investigation and look for other weaknesses in the case against you.

Charles Clark and Ryan Clark both have experience as former prosecutors. They have been on the side of prosecuting sex crime defendants. As a result, our law firm knows how to fight these cases head-on, moving your case in the direction we want and obtaining the best results for you.

Fighting Your Sex Crime Charges

Each case is unique. The only way to learn about how best to fight the charges against you is to meet with our experienced attorneys. We will determine your options for a defense strategy. Oftentimes, sex crime defenses are related to evidence.

Evidence in a sex crime case is essential. In certain cases, the prosecution’s only evidence is the alleged victim’s statement. We have the experience to challenge the validity and reliability of victim statements. Furthermore, we know what evidence should have been gathered, because we served as former prosecutors ourselves. We use our past experience and knowledge to move your case in the direction we want. As your defense team, we will review all available police and medical reports and work with relevant experts to ensure your rights are protected and that you have an effective trial defense at your disposal, if you choose to exercise your right to trial.

If you have been charged with a sex crime and if you are searching for an experienced defense attorney to protect your rights, please call our experienced criminal defense lawyers at 732-303-7857 for a free consultation. We serve  all areas throughout New Jersey.

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