Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer
Being charged and convicted with a sex crime in Massachusetts can have major consequences. Not only will a convicted sex offender be listed on the Sex Offender Registry Board, but they may also face criminal penalties like prison and fines. Further, those convicted with sex crimes must provide law enforcement with information concerning their whereabouts and address every time that they move.
If you have been charged with a sex crime in Massachusetts, the sex crimes defense lawyer at The Law Offices of Paul R. Moraski wants to represent you. Attorney Moraski believes that all persons are innocent until proven guilty, and will work hard on your behalf to substantiate that innocence.
What Happens When You Are Accused of a Sex Crime
Often times, an accusation of having committed a sex crime alone is enough to severely impair a person’s reputation, relationships, and job. In many cases, the person is presented as guilty by the media and by the prosecution well before they’ve been convicted, or had an opportunity to defend themselves. If convicted, the collateral of a sex crime can ruin future opportunities, including where you are allowed to live and work, with whom you are allowed to volunteer or even associated, and more.
Know Your Rights Under the Law
If you have been charged with a sex crime in Massachusetts, you have constitutional rights that deserve protection. These include the right to defend yourself against charges, the right to be assumed innocent before proven guilty, and the right to competent legal representation.
Attorney Moraski will work tirelessly on your behalf to defend these rights. Further, The Law Offices of Paul R. Moraski will:
● Gather evidence and build a strong case on your behalf;
● Help you to understand the charges against you and potential penalties if convicted;
● Work to have the charges against you dropped or to prove your innocence;
● Negotiate a plea bargain with the prosecution to have your sentence or charges reduced; and
● Be by your side every step of the way for legal support and guidance.
Contact The Law Offices of Paul R. Moraski Today
When you have been charged with a sex crime, it is important that you begin work on building your case and protecting your rights as soon as possible. A delay in action could have serious consequences, and your future is on the line.