Whether charged or accused, it is important to consult with a defense attorney who is knowledgeable and who has defended against sex offense charges to know your rights. The stakes are high; just being charged with a meritless allegation carries a huge social stigma. Many people are quick to assume guilt when it comes to being accused of a sex crime. If you plead guilty or are convicted of a sexual offense, in most cases you will be required to register as a sex offender which will last a minimum 10 years. This can affect not only affect your employment opportunities but also can affect where you are allowed to live and move freely. Roberts Law Office will provide guidance in dealing with law enforcement and provide solid representation in protecting you and your rights.
If you are facing sex-related charges, it is important to understand the applicable law and how it applies to your individual charges. Our attorneys have successfully defended clients accused of sex crime charges in the past. Call us today at 919-782-8115 for a free consult by a board-certified criminal defense attorney on your matter.
Specific offenses we provide representation for:
- Sexual Battery
- Statutory Rape
- Indecent Liberties with a Minor
- Indecent Exposure
- Solicitation of a Minor by Computer
- Juvenile Sex Offenses
- Solicitation for Sex
- Child Pornography
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Edd K. Roberts III is a board certified criminal defense attorney in Raleigh that specializes in criminal law. As a former prosecutor for Wake County, he knows what it takes to defend you against all kinds of criminal charges ranging from a misdemeanor DWI to a serious felony such as Homicide.