Aggressive Defense Of Sex Crime Charges
If you are accused of a crime, our legal system gives you the right to be presumed innocent. Unfortunately, the reality is different for sex crimes. In the eyes of most, a sex crime accusation is the same as fact. You need aggressive representation quickly.
If you are charged with a sex crime, you will face harsh prosecution as well as ruthless judgment from society as a whole. At Cataldo Law Offices, L.L.C, our lawyers are here to protect your reputation and your future. Our law office is in Franklin, also available in Wellesley, and we represent clients in the Boston metro area and throughout Massachusetts. Call 508-570-2025 for a free initial consultation.
Why You Shouldn’t Talk To Police
If you are contacted by law enforcement concerning a sex crime, the investigator will try to convince you that he or she is simply trying to clear things up. They may say that by cooperating with the investigation and by talking about what happened, you can make things easier on yourself. Nothing could be further from the truth. Anything you say can and will be used against you. Any admissions that you make, however innocent, could give the police the information they need to charge you with a crime.
Our lawyers understand what’s at stake in sex crime cases and will stand by you in fighting to protect your rights and future. The following are examples of the types of allegations we handle:
- Sexual assault or rape
- Statutory rape
- Sexual abuse
- Indecent assault and battery
- Child enticement
- Traveling to meet a minor
- Child pornography and internet sex crimes
- Matters before the SORB (Sex Offender Registry Board)
- Matters before the Department of Children & Family Services
Don’t wait until you are charged to talk to an attorney. Even if the charges are false, you need an aggressive attorney at the early stages of the investigation. Our lawyers are often able to diffuse the situation and avoid criminal charges altogether. We use private investigators to locate favorable evidence, moving quickly to stay ahead of the prosecution.