If you are convicted of a sex crime — even a misdemeanor — it will change your life. Not only can it negatively impact your current job, but it will also hurt your long-term career opportunities, restrict where you can live, prevent you from participating in activities such as coaching youth sports and even severely limit your role as a parent. The only effective way to prevent this from occurring is to avoid conviction. Given the stigma that is attached to the mere accusation of a sex crime, it is imperative that you work with an attorney who is capable of aggressively defending you against any charge. By capable, I mean a lawyer like myself, who has successfully defended individuals against a wide range of sex crime charges.
My experience prosecuting sex crime cases provides me with valuable insights into the strategies used to gain convictions. I anticipate the prosecution’s approach and develop an effective counter-strategy.
Sex Crimes Are Aggressively Prosecuted. You Need A Defense Lawyer Who Is Equally Assertive.
The penalties in sex crime cases are severe and prosecutors are aggressive. It is critical to enlist the services of an experienced sex crimes lawyer as soon as possible. I have helped clients be found innocent at trial, gotten charges dismissed without a trial and convinced prosecutors to drastically reduce charges or not issue them. My successes have come in a wide range of sex crime cases, including:
Presumed Innocent In Theory But Not Always In Practice
In many ways, the stigma attached to merely being accused of a sex crime is a sentence in itself. You may be guilty of something or you may be guilty of nothing, but trust me, they will think you’re guilty of everything. This increases the importance of working with a lawyer who will be proactive in investigating your case. Many criminal defense firms showcase their experienced attorneys only to pass a case to a junior attorney with little or no experience once you have signed on as a client. I am a solo practitioner, which means you are guaranteed to work directly with me from the initial consultation through the resolution of your case.
Take The Important First Step
Call 608-401-4507 or use my online contact form to schedule a free consultation. I will provide a frank assessment of your case and recommend an effective course of action. I represent clients in Madison and throughout south-central and western Wisconsin.