Lawyers Defending Coloradans Charged With Sex Crimes
Many people find it difficult to discuss sex, much less sex crimes. A sex crime case is a serious problem for all parties concerned. Colorado is known as one of the toughest states for sex crime defendants. A conviction can mean a lifelong stigma. A sex offender registry requirement can make it difficult to find a job, find a place to live, carry on normal personal and family relationships, and communicate with the outside world (since a convicted sex offender may be barred from owning a computer or cellphone). A vigorous defense is essential in the face of a sex crime investigation or arrest.
We Are Prepared To Do Battle Against Your Charges
Contact Hernandez & Associates, P.C., in Denver to discuss your case and learn about options for your sex crimes defense. Our Denver law firm represents people charged with all type of sex offenses, including “sexting” by juveniles and college date rapes. Whatever the particulars of your sex crime charges, we understand your objectives, including “no jail time” and preservation of your good name by whatever means are available in your case. Our attorneys are prepared to do battle on your behalf in the face of criminal charges.
The term “sex crimes” can encompass a wide range of offenses, including:
- Sexual assault
- Unlawful sexual contact
- Child porn manufacture, distribution and/or possession
- Solicitation of minors
- Sexual exploitation of minors
Sex crime charges most often come through state courts. However, federal courts also handle sex crime cases, including child pornography cases. Related charges such as conspiracy charges may accompany child pornography charges.
Unique Defense Strategies Because Every Case Is Unique
Every criminal case is unique, and it is impossible to predict what will be the most effective defense method in your case if you have been charged with a sex crime. The credibility of the alleged victim is worth investigating. Proof of accuracy of DNA evidence obtained by the sexual assault nurse examiners (SANEs) may be critical. Clear identification of the alleged perpetrator may be in question. If our law firm represents you, you can count on a detailed investigation looking at all angles.
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