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Sex Crime Lawyer | Serving Kenly, NC
Charged or Accused of a Sex Crime? Need Results? Don’t Wait! Contact the TEAM That Includes A Former Sex Crimes Prosecutor Today!
After several years as a prosecutor in three North Carolina counties (New Hanover, Johnston and Wake) I started my own criminal defense firm in 2007. Altogether, I have more than a decade of experience as a lawyer. More than eight of those years, I’ve spent running Roberts Law Group, PLLC, and defending my clients in North Carolina.It’s truly a job I love. And …
Sex Crime Lawyer
For legal issues concerning Sex Crime, let William L Fay Law Offices - DWI/DUI, Traffic Law and Criminal Law, a local practice in Kenly, North Carolina, help you find a solution.
Sex crimes are composed of any acts sexual in nature forced upon another person. These crimes are treated seriously by law enforcement and the courts and are punishable by prison terms and significant fines as well as potential sex offender registration.
You should not talk to investigators and immediately hire a Kenly lawyer who aggressively represents sex crime defendants. A lawyer can protect your constitutional rights, form your defense, and challenge evidence against you. If you decide not to fight, your lawyer may be able to negotiate a plea bargain.
An attorney can often resolve your particular legal issue faster and better than trying to do it alone. A lawyer can help you navigate the legal system, while avoiding costly mistakes or procedural errors. You should seek out an attorney whose practice focuses on the area of law most relevant to your issue.
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