Aggressive Handling Of Sex Crime Cases
- Have you been charged with date rape?
- Do you understand the sex offender registry?
- Are you looking for an accomplished criminal defense lawyer?
Being charged with an sex crime is very serious in Michigan. If you are convicted of a sex crime, including possessing child pornography or solicitation of a minor, you must register as a sex offender. Depending on the severity of the sex crime, the public may see your name, address and photograph plus a description of your offense.
If you commit a sex crime as a teenager, the sex offender registry will follow you as you apply for college, jobs and even your ability to obtain housing. It may impact your eligibility to keep or apply for professional licensing.
- Sexual assault, including date rape and domestic assault
- Criminal sexual conduct charges
- Possession or distribution of child pornography
- Solicitation of a minor in a chat room
- Child molestation
- Indecent exposure
- Internet sex crimes
In fighting Internet sex crimes, our attorneys embrace technology and the law, calling on computer forensics experts to investigate the allegations. Who placed the pornographic images on your computer, and when were they downloaded? Can authorities prove that you are the only person in your home or on your floor with access to your computer?
At the same time we scrutinize the police report and question if the arrest was legal, and that all procedures were properly followed. Then our attorneys begin building your defense, pursuing all possibilities for a positive outcome.
Providing You With An Aggressive Criminal defense
You deserve a future. At the law firm of Amberg, Amberg & Williams, we ferociously defend clients against sex crimes charges. You are innocent until proven guilty, and we do not plea bargain your rights away. Contact us online today for a free confidential consultation. You can also call us toll-free at 866-447-9209 or locally at 231-735-8575.