Violent Crime | Criminal Defense of Sexual Offense Charges

Sex crimes are offenses of a sexual nature, and usually do not involve consent by the victim. Examples of sexual offenses include:

  • 1st and 2nd Degree Sex Offense
  • Rape and Date Rape
  • Abuse and/or Sexual Assault
  • Statutory rape (sex with a minor)
  • Indecent liberties with a minor
  • Molestation
  • Internet Sex Crimes
  • Sexual Battery/Assault
  • Pimping, pandering, and prostitution
  • Indecent exposure, lewd and lascivious conduct
  • Possession of child pornography/sexual exploitation of a minor

In North Carolina, as well as other states, sex crimes are intensely prosecuted, and courts apply great pressure to see harsh punishments are imposed on those convicted. In addition, the social consequences of just being charged with a sexual offense can affect your reputation and psychological well being. It is of the utmost importance to find an attorney with experience in criminal law if you become charged with a sexual offense.

Other punishments that may be imposed due to a sexual crime conviction may include:

  • Victim Restitution
  • Mandatory Rehabilitation
  • Large Fines
  • Sex Offender Registry
  • Imprisonment

If you are being investigated for, or have been charged with, a sex crime, speak with Jason Wilson today. Jason is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will challenge and examine the evidence, negotiate with the prosecution, and always fight to achieve the best results for you.  Consultation for any criminal matter is free of charge.

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