Sex crimes occupy a special place in the public consciousness. While it may be unfair, even mere allegations of sexual misconduct can permanently ruin a person’s reputation – especially when the alleged victims are underage. Not surprisingly, then, a sex crime conviction can result in extremely serious consequences, including substantial fines and jail time. In addition, people who are convicted of certain sex crimes are branded as “sex offenders” and could be required to register as such for the rest of their lives.
With so much on the line, if you are facing allegations of criminal sexual misconduct, it’s imperative that you do everything you can to protect your good name. The lawyers of Capitol City Law Group know how to defend against sex crime accusations head-on and are committed to protecting our clients’ legal rights. To schedule a free consultation with one of our St. Paul Criminal Defense Lawyers, call our office today at 651-212-4073 or contact us online.
Certain sex crime convictions require you to register a sex offender for the rest of your life, making your name, photo, and details about your offense available to the general public. In this way, the consequences of a sex crime conviction can extend long after any sentence imposed by the court has ended.
Being on the sex offender registry can affect every of your life, including the following:
If you have recently been accused of sexual misconduct, you’re probably scared, confused, and uncertain about what to do next. Here are some of the things you can do to protect your legal rights and make sure that your case is resolved a favorably as possible:
If you’ve been accused of a sex crime in Minnesota, it’s critical that you retain qualified legal counsel as soon as you can. At Capitol City Law Group, our St. Paul criminal defense lawyers provide zealous and aggressive legal representation designed bring your case to the most favorable resolution possible. To schedule a free case evaluation with one of our attorneys, call our office today at 651-212-4073 or send us an email through our online contact form.