Charged with a sex crime in Nassau County?
There are numerous criminal charges that are considered to be sex crimes
in the State of New York. Some of these crimes are violent in nature,
like rape and sexual assault, while others are not violent such as soliciting
a prostitute, possessing
child pornography or being nude in public.
New York takes all of these sex crimes very seriously, and it dedicates
considerable law enforcement and judicial resources to prosecuting those
who have been accused of committing them. Regardless of which sex crime
you have been accused of, government prosecutors will seek to punish you
to the fullest extent of the law – which can include jail time,
fines, probation, and registering as a sex offender pursuant to Megan’s Law.
Sex crime accusations can have incredibly adverse effects on your life.
Aside from the potential jail time and other legal consequences, the stigma
that a conviction for such charges carries can sour both your personal
and professional relationships. That is why it is so important to obtain
legal representation as soon as possible after you have been charged with
a sex crime of any kind.
Defend your rights - contact a Nassau County criminal lawyer!
A Nassau County and Long Island
criminal defense lawyer experienced in defending clients against sex crime charges can
help protect your rights and reputation by developing a comprehensive
plan to deal with every aspect of your case. When the stakes are this
high, you want to ensure that you are doing everything you can to protect
yourself, and the guidance, skills, and knowledge of an attorney are needed
to give you the strongest legal defense possible.
The legal team at Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. has much experience
handling all manner of sex crime matters. We understand the delicacy of
such cases, and we always exercise discretion when needed, while still
aggressively pursuing our clients’ interests.
Do you need an attorney to defend you against sex crime charges in Nassau
County? Whether you have just been arrested for a sex crime or are under
investigation for such an offense,
call our office and get the advice you need to protect yourself.