Seeking Truth And Justice After A Sex Offense Charge
There is an unfortunate stigma attached by the public to anyone who is accused of or charged with a sex crime. While individuals are expected to be assumed innocent until proven guilty, the public is quick to judge a sex offense situation and deem the accused guilty. However, it is important to know that you deserve to be defended to the fullest extent of the law and your name cleared whenever possible.
When fighting sex crime charges, get the help of an experienced sex crime defense attorney at Caffee Law Office. Our firm is dedicated to helping clients fight to protect their lives, families and futures in all criminal defense matters, including rape, sexual assault, computer sex crimes and other sexually based offenses.
At Caffee Law Office, we believe everyone deserves quality legal representation. We promise to remain judgment-free and treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve during this difficult time.
Striving To Protect Your Reputation
As most criminal charges do, sex crime cases can be charged as misdemeanors or serious, violent felonies, depending on the actual crime that was allegedly committed and the situation surrounding the commission of the crime. Whether they are minor or severe, our firm can help.
We understand that facing these charges takes a toll on both you and your loved ones. It is important to us that while we are aggressive in our pursuit of justice in the case, we work with clients and their families in a compassionate and respectful manner throughout the entirety of the case. We are by your side every step of the way.
In sex crime cases, we are zealous and thorough in our investigation, taking the following steps when working toward a resolution to the case:
- Conducting interviews with individuals whose testimony may be used for or against you in the case
- Consulting with any appropriate experts, including forensic computer professionals
- Whenever possible, working with the prosecutor to secure a plea to lesser charges, less severe consequences or a dismissal of the charges
- Taking the case to court and arguing your side in front of a judge and/or jury