Don’t Let a Statutory Rape Charge Ruin Your Life
A 20-year-old boyfriend has sex with his 17-year-old girlfriend. When her parents find out, they are livid and go to the police. It happens all across the country, every day and it can ruin the lives of those charged with statutory rape. If convicted of statutory rape, you must register as a sex offender and undergo psychological evaluations.
If you are facing statutory rape charges, the most important thing you can do is steadfastly exercise your right to remain silent. Talking to the police in this situation will do nothing to benefit you and can only hurt your chances of avoiding charges of having your charges dismissed or avoiding the charges from being brought in the first place.
A conviction for a sex crime can ruin your life. If you are convicted, you face a stiff jail sentence as well as being forced to register as a sex offender. This can make you an outcast in your neighborhood and place your livelihood at risk. In fact, you could even be forced to sell your lifelong home if a school is later built near your home. You need an experienced Boise sex crime attorney to protect your rights.
At Martens Law Office in Boise, Idaho, Attorney Jared B. Martens has the experience you need on your side. He has extensive experience in sex crimes defense and a thorough understanding of what it takes to get these charges reduced or dismissed – or to fight for an acquittal.
Protect your rights and reputation. To arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced sex crimes defense lawyer, contact Martens Law Office.
Attorney Jared B. Martens carefully reviews the evidence obtained against clients to determine if the client’s rights were violated, or if the police missed any important facts. At Martens Law Office, P.C. a hands-on approach helps to mount an aggressive defense for clients charged with criminal sexual conduct, including:
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Protect your future. In addition to possible jail time, a conviction for a sex offense will require you to register as a sex offender. It will be nearly impossible to ever remove yourself from the requirement to register. You need an experienced sex crimes defense lawyer to help make sure your rights are being fully protected. Contact Martens Law Office, P.C. now to arrange a free initial consultation. (208) 344-0994.