There are few areas of the law where a mere allegation can get you convicted and sentenced to long terms of prison. In Georgia, all that is required to convict a person of a sex crime is the testimony of the victim. An aggressive sex crime defense is crucial to keep the accused from becoming a registered sex offender.

Because sexual charges are often based on the word of the accuser, the motivations and background of the accuser are highly relevant to sex crimes defense. Proper investigation and use of experts can uncover facts that can be helpful to your sex crime defense.

Because of a thorough investigation of a sex crime case, we have been able to show:

  1. Lying about consensual sex. Some have made false charges of sexual assault or rape to cover up consensual sex in order to protect their own reputation from damage to hide casual sexual encounters from friends and family.
  2. Child custody disputes. Parent have made false accusations of molestation or inappropriate sexual behavior against his or her spouse in order to gain an advantage in family court. Such false charges are a common tactic in divorce and custody cases.
  3. Financial advantage. A sexual charge is an easy way for an accuser to extort money from a defendant. Celebrities are not the only targets of these schemes. An employee can easily bring such a charge against an employer. We have also seen extortion associated with extramarital affairs.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you or one of your loved ones need a sex crime defense. We’re here to help, but we can only do so if you will let us. Don’t make the huge, regrettable mistake of acting without legal representation, the most foolish course of action when dealing with the criminal justice system. Call us today, you’ll be glad you did.