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Sex Crime Lawyer | Serving Alexandria, VA
We Know How Sensitive Sexual Charges Are. You Can Count on Us to Represent You Vigorously and Without Judgment, Always Maintaining the Highest Degree of Confidentiality.
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Sex Crime Lawyer
Livesay & Myers, PC - Fredericksburg Divorce, Criminal Lawyers helps clients in the Alexandria area handle cases involving Sex Crime Law.
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 an Alexandria 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.
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