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Accused of a sex crime? Take charge and defend your rights

Have you been accused of a sex crime in Louisiana? The feeling can be horrible, especially if you've been accused of something that you didn't do. Sometimes, something that was consented to can later be contested, and when you're at the center of the charge, it can put your life at risk.

Defending yourself is of the utmost importance. Whether you're facing rape charges or an accusation of sexual harassment, you deserve to have your side of the story heard before anyone makes a judgment against you.

It can be hard to prove that you didn't perform a sexual act if your DNA is provided to the court, but if you have an alibi or those who can show that you were in a relationship with the accuser, you may have a stronger case. If you're accused of a crime like solicitation or sexual assault, then your defense may focus on ways to reduce the charges or ways to keep you off a sex offender registration list.

Perhaps you're accused of statutory rape despite your boyfriend or girlfriend agreeing to sleep with you. Should your age really matter, especially if you're not much older than the minor you're accused of raping? With the right support, you can defend yourself against unjust accusations, especially if both you and the other party had agreed on having sexual relations. When a third party gets involved to accuse you of a crime, you need to take steps to defend your actions.

To learn more about your rights and the steps you can take to defend yourself against unjust accusations, please visit our detailed website. Your life depends on your defense, so don't take any chances.

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