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Manassas Criminal Defense Attorneys for Sex Crimes

If you have been charged with a sex crime in Manassas, you are facing criminal prosecution in one of the most serious categories of crime in Virginia. If convicted of a sex crime in Virginia, you may face jail or prison time, heavy court fines, loss of employment, custody/visitation consequences, social stigma, and in some cases registration on the sex offender registry. The quicker you act, the quicker our sex crime lawyers can act to fight on your behalf. Work with a Manassas sex crimes attorney to fight for your rights, your freedom, and your good name. Contact us today: (703) 542-1803.

Do I Need A Criminal Defense Attorney For My Case?

An experienced Virginia criminal attorney has several jobs in the life of your case. First, the attorney fights for you by making a plan of attack, challenging the prosecution’s evidence, investigating the case, and making sure your rights are protected. These serious cases call for experience. Be sure to hire a criminal defense attorney who has the experience required to fight these complex cases.

Next, the attorney will serve as your counselor. He or she will help you understand every step of the process and be by your side to help you make important decisions at all the key points during legal proceedings. There will be no surprises if you are well prepared by working with a Virginia criminal defense attorney who has fought in these trenches.

Finally, the criminal attorney will bring local experience of understanding the court process in Prince William County. Our criminal defense lawyers have knowledge of Manassas prosecutors, judges, investigators and other key players. Knowledge of this kind can provide a key advantage when building the defense for your case.

What Is A Sex Crime In Virginia?

“Sex Crimes” refers to a variety of offenses in Virginia. What almost all of them have in common is some type of sexual act that is either accomplished by force, the threat of force, or is illegal because of the age of one or both people involved in the act. Sex crimes can also involve acts which do not involve any physical contact, such as in the case of Child Pornography. They are all serious.

Examples Of Sex Crimes In Virginia

The most serious type of sex crime is rape, or something that is treated as rape under Virginia Law. Other serious sex crimes include Aggravated Sexual Battery, Animate or Inanimate Object Penetration, Forcible Sodomy, and Indecent Liberties with a Child. Most charges become worse the younger the alleged victim is or any time there is force or the threat of force. Any kind of relationship of trust such as a parent, grandparent, or teacher can also be a negative factor in how these matters are handled by the prosecution. There are also a number of lesser, but still serious, misdemeanor sex crimes in Virginia including things like indecent exposure and some types of statutory rape.

Talk To A Manassas Sex Crimes Attorney Today

If you have been charged, if you are under investigation, or even if you are just worried you might be contacted by police, call a Virginia criminal defense attorney now.  So much irreversible damage can be done to your case by talking with the police who may pretend to be friendly and may to pretend to just want to “hear your side of things.” Do not be fooled. They are building a case against you. Do not fight it alone. Contact a Manassas criminal defense attorney with experience in sex crimes: (703) 542-1803.

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