A Sexual Assault Criminal Defense You Can Depend On
Have you been accused of sexual assault, domestic violence, lewd conduct, indecent exposure or any other crime involving a sexual offense? Does it feel like everyone just assumes you’re guilty? Suddenly people at your job or school don’t want to be around you anymore, and no one answers when you call. To make matters worse, you are probably worried about your future too.
What happens if I’m convicted? Will I be able to get a job? What about an apartment or a mortgage? Unfortunately, if you’ve been accused of a sex crime, your fears are probably justified. Accusations of sex crimes are particularly harmful to a person’s reputation, making it difficult to get a job, lease an apartment or even obtain a mortgage loan. Don’t be a victim of an unwarranted conviction. Contact us at 1-866-664-8118 to see what we can do for to you protect your future.
A Sexual Assault Lawyer With Experience To Spare
I am Anthony N. Palumbo of the firm The Law Offices of Anthony N. Palumbo, and as a criminal defense attorney with over 35 years of trial experience I understand that accusations of sex crimes can turn your life upside down even before your guilt has been proven, but you don’t have to go it alone. While each case is unique, I know what a prosecutor needs in order to convict you of rape or sexual assault. Contact me for a free initial consultation.
A conviction of Sexual Assault can result in:
- Severe fines
- Possible imprisonment (average 7 years)
- Possibly Registration as a sex offender
Registration means registering as a sexual offender under Megan’s Law. Under Megan’s Law, anyone convicted of a sex offense must register with law enforcement once out of jail, and must remain registered for at least 15 years. A sex offender must inform the local police of their name, address, what they look like, other convictions, and if there is a change of address. The local police must then notify certain individuals that you live in the neighborhood.
Aggravated Sexual Assault
In addition to the consequences of Sexual Assault, Aggravated Sexual Assault can carry:
- Up to 20 years in prison
If you have been accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, assault and battery or any other sex crime, do not speak to the police or any other individual and insist on your 5 th Amendment right to be silent until your attorney arrives. Don’t underestimate the severity of being charged with a sexual offense, or complexities involved in the process. For a free initial consultation e-mail or call our New Jersey law firm toll-free at 1-866-664-8118. I have over 35 years of criminal trial experiences and will aggressively defend you against any sexual offense or violent crime allegation.