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Don’t delay building defense against sex crime charges

On Behalf of | Apr 4, 2016 | Firm News, Sex Offenses |

There are few criminal allegations that can be more damaging to a person’s reputation than those of sex crimes. This is largely because many people immediately assume that a person is guilty almost as soon as the allegations are made. The idea that someone would wrongfully or erroneously accuse a person of sex crimes is incomprehensible to most people, which means that even if the charges against you are ultimately dropped, you may still suffer irreparable damage to your public image if you do not move quickly.

Far too many people wait longer than they should before seeking legal aid, especially when it comes to sex crimes. For most victims of such allegations, they do not take action until they are arrested or formally accused, by which point presumptions of guilt are often already made by neighbors and acquaintances. This is why legal action should begin before such accusations, so you can prepare to mitigate the damage to your reputation.

As soon as you realize that you are under suspicion for a sex crime, you should consider immediately contacting a defense attorney. An attorney can advise you on your rights and act as your spokesperson when dealing with the authorities. And the sooner you reach out to an attorney, the sooner he or she can begin the job of protecting your rights and building your defense.

The fact is, the authorities put tremendous effort forth when attempting to prosecute someone for a sex crime. Preparation is everything when attempting to effectively respond to the charges, so if you believe you are under suspicion of committing a sex crime in Louisiana, please visit our webpage to learn how we can help you.

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