Sex Crimes Attorneys Who Will Stand By You
A sex crimes conviction means more than months or years in prison. A conviction for these kinds of charges can have lasting consequences that go far beyond the court’s sentencing. When a conviction can ruin your reputation, relationships with friends and family, and keep you from living a normal life, you need to be sure you are doing whatever possible to protect your future.
At Bartell, Georgalas & Juarez, L.P.A. Co., we know what is at stake in these cases, and we know what it takes to properly defend our clients from their charges. We have decades of experience servicing the Independence community, and our Ohio attorneys are focused on the future of our clients.
Defending You From All Types Of Charges
When you are looking for an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney, you want to be sure the lawyer you choose is capable of taking on the challenges of your unique case. We can protect our clients against sex crimes charges such as:
- Sexual or domestic assault
- Child pornography
- Aggravated sexual assault
- Sexual abuse
- Sexual misconduct
No matter what kind of charges you are facing, we will take the time to learn all of the unique details of your case and develop a personalized strategy to help you overcome your charges. We explore all options of defending you, including negotiating for a reduced sentencing or case dismissal, challenging the integrity of eyewitness testimony against you, questioning the actions of the police in your case, and fighting for you in court.
Your Defense Starts Here
Time is one of the most valuable assets in your defense preparation. Give us the time we need to create a strategy you can rely on through your case. If you are ready to meet with an attorney who will keep you informed about your case, explain what they are doing for you, and remain available to you when you need them, contact us today. Call us at216-710-6700 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation and take the first step in resolving your criminal defense case.