We are well-versed on how prosecutors prepare sex crimes cases, and on the challenges and problems that a case might involved.

We will examine the evidence and facts of your case, including issues of consent, circumstances, and psychological issues affecting the victim. In preparing our defense strategy, we may also examine the psychological issues affecting you or your loved one charged with a crime. Our goal is to minimize the negative consequences of a sex crime charge or conviction and to get the best possible outcome, given the facts of your case.

Consequences of a Sex Crime Conviction

The penalties for conviction of a crime under New York sex crime statutes vary widely. Penalties for a misdemeanor sex crime, such as indecent exposure, may be jail time of less than a year or probation, a fine, and community service. Penalties for a felony offense, such as aggravated sexual assault, can include a long prison term followed by a lifetime of sex offender registration.

If you hold a job that requires licensure or a security clearance, you may find that your job is impacted by a sex crime conviction.

Possible Penalties for Sexual Assault Offenses