Lawyers & Attorneys for Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse of a Minor: Serving the State of Wyoming (Wyo)
The Impact of a Sex Crime Conviction
A conviction for sexual assault or abuse can profoundly impact your future, from your day-to-day living to your housing, job prospects, and reputation. Wyoming, like all other states, requires those convicted of sex crimes to register as sex offenders and to be placed on the sex offender registry. Conviction of a sex crime can brand you for the rest of your life.
When your rights and liberty are at stake, it is critical to have an experienced criminal defense trial attorney on your side.
Defending Against Allegations of Sexual Assault / Abuse
Each sex crime case demands a unique approach. Some require testimony by expert witnesses. Others require vigorous cross-examination to undermine the credibility of the state’s witnesses. All require conducting a thorough investigation to explore all angles of defense.
At Plains Law Offices, LLP, we excel at developing effective strategies for challenging even the most serious types of sexual assault charges. Although we will never hesitate to take a case to trial if needed, we are also skilled at negotiating favorable resolutions.
Time is of the essence
The consequences of a conviction of a sex crime are dire. The best time to hire an attorney is when you are first accused of such an act. Before making any statement to law enforcement you should contact an attorney. You can still talk with law enforcement if you choose, but having an attorney present with you will help you avoid the traps and manipulation of police interview and interrogation techniques.
If you have already been charged with a sex crime, it is imperative that you retain counsel immediately. Much needs to be done to create an effective and efficient defense, it takes time and skill. Obtain an experienced, proven defense attorney.
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If you have been charged, or even accused of a sexual crime, contact Plains Law Offices, LLP immediately for a FREE CONSULTATION by using the form to the right, or