Your Sex Crime Lawyer
Sex crime charges are very bad for people because not only will they remain on your permanent criminal record if convicted, but they will affect all aspects of your future life after your reparations/punishments have been fulfilled in the eyes of the court.
SERIOUS PUNISHMENTS – Aside from lengthy jail sentences and fines, sex crimes require a those convicted of the charge to have a permanent record of the sex crime on record. The convicted offender is required to have their name listed in public documents and posted on the net for public inquiry forever.
All sex crime convictions hurt future employment opportunities and can affect your own children custody. This listing after conviction can sometimes also limit the area in which you live, as you must maintain a certain distance away from schools and other children establishments. If you have been arrested for a sex crime, by all means, contact one of our experienced sex crimes attorney immediately.
WHAT ARE SEX CRIMES IN UPSTATE NEW YORK?
Current legal definitions vary, but one thing is certain, most sex crime charges focus on consent. If a sex crime was perpetrated against an alleged victim, often this means in the eyes of the law that the crime committed occurred without the victim’s consent. In certain sex crime cases, minors, children, mentally disabled, or physically disabled people are viewed under New York law as incapable of giving sexual consent and therefore are often classified as victims of sex crimes. Sex crime charges in New York State can often include the following:
- Possession of child pornography
- Internet-related sex crimes
- Rape Charges
- Statutory rape
- Sexual assault / Sexual abuse
A small mistake in the defense of your case has the potential to drastically impact you severely for the rest of your life. Don’t settle on just any sex crime lawyer.
Below is a list of counties we deal with extensively, building court relationships to foster success.
|Albany County NY Lawyer|
We handle all collection matters, including felonies and misdemeanors paying the utmost attention to the very smallest details.
Please contact us with any questions you may have at 518-283-1245.