If you are convicted of a sex crime, you’ll have to register as a sex offender upon your release from prison. My firm will do everything possible to defend you against these damaging allegations.
If you’ve been charged with a sex crime in North Carolina, you’re in for the legal battle of a lifetime. Regardless of whether you’ve been convicted or not, public humiliation will linger long after acquittal or dismissal of charges. Even if you’re only under investigation for a sex crime and haven’t been charged, my professional legal skills and experience can be invaluable. You’ll need a dedicated and aggressive criminal defense attorney right away to take affirmative steps to invoke and protect your rights.
If you’re convicted of a sex offense in North Carolina, it’s highly likely you’ll be required to register as a sex offender after serving a jail or prison term. Restrictions might even be imposed on how closely you can get to children, schools, parks, or playgrounds. As with domestic violence cases, misconceptions, exaggerations, and lies can be an issue. Only a dedicated, experienced, and tenacious criminal defense lawyer is capable of bringing these issues to light. If you’ve been arrested or believe that you’re under investigation for a sex crime in the Charlotte metropolitan area, contact my Lincolnton firm immediately.