Experienced Legal Help Against Sex Crime Charges
As soon as you are accused of a sex crime, it is important to talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you protect your rights and understand your options. In Massachusetts, sex crimes carry a very harsh stigma.
Mere allegations have ruined reputations, careers and personal lives. If you are facing sex crime allegations, you are presumed innocent under the law. Nonetheless, you still face an uphill battle to protect your reputation.
At the law firm of Ohlson & Ohlson, Attorneys at Law, in Stoneham, we can provide the strong defense you need to protect your future. Our experienced attorney, George Ohlson uses his legal knowledge and trial skills to protect the rights of those accused of rape/sexual assault and other sex offenses throughout Massachusetts.
Sexual Assault Defense Lawyers Located In Stoneham
At Ohlson & Ohlson, Attorneys at Law, we know it is difficult to overstate the anxiety and fear that comes with being accused of a sex crime, especially when you know that the allegations are not true.
A conviction for a sex crime will impact you and your family for the rest of your life. It is crucial that you give yourself the best chance for a favorable outcome by entrusting your case to the right attorney. We offer experienced and aggressive criminal defense representation against all types of sex offenses, including:
- Sexual assault or rape
- Indecent assault and battery
- Statutory rape
- Prostitution and sex for a fee
- Indecent exposure
- Lewd and lascivious conduct
- Annoying and accosting persons of the opposite sex
Given the importance of a criminal conviction for a sex crime, including the requirement of registering as a sex offender upon release from prison, make sure that you have experienced defense attorneys fighting for you. We urge you to contact us today to learn how we can help you.
Contact Our Woburn Sex Crime Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been accused of any sex offense, including statutory rape, our defense team is well-prepared to help. Contact us to talk with George Ohlson about your rights. Timing may be critical. Please call us today at 781-214-7398 to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation.