DENVER SEX CRIMES ATTORNEY

As your Denver sex crimes attorney, I will fight to protect your rights and your reputation. A conviction will affect the rest of your life. You face prison, fines, and lifelong prejudice. A criminal defense can include challenging the evidence, questioning how it was obtained, and objecting to how your constitutional rights were observed.

Call now for experienced  Denver sex crimes defense at
303-725-0017
Your initial consultation is free and we offer case financing to those who qualify

I have 22 years of experience with 13 years in Denver, in the criminal justice system, handling crimes of a sexual nature:

  • Rape
  • Sexual abuse
  • Unlawful sexual conduct
  • Child pornography
  • Internet sex crimes
  • Child sexual assault
  • Child luring
  • Online solicitation of minors
  • Sexual exploitation of a child
  • Indecent exposure
  • Prostitution and pimping

Contact a Denver sex crimes attorney even if the charges you face are not on this list. We can discuss the details of your case and your possible defenses. Don’t give up on your future.

When defending a person arrested on a sexual offense, it is important for a lawyer to understand how the authorities and the prosecutors work – and even better if that lawyer has local experience. I have that knowledge: for 13 years, I was a prosecutor and a district attorney in Arapahoe, Douglas and Jefferson Counties. During those years, I worked to put people in jail. I consider this to be invaluable experience for arguing against the harsh penalties that the clients I now defend are made to face.

My understanding of the evidence that will likely be presented can enable me to argue your innocence and to strategize against the evidence.

Call now for a Denver sex crimes attorney with depth of experience. It is very important after you have been questioned or arrested to speak with a lawyer. Because these arrests often come at odd hours, I make myself available to you at my office. I can make appointments in the evenings and on weekends.

A Denver sex crimes attorney can help you not only as your case progresses toward a trial, but also during questioning and in the midst of ongoing investigations. You have a right to a lawyer before you ever answer a single question. You have the right to refuse to answer questions, and exercising that right cannot be used to reflect upon your guilt or innocence.

There are at least two sides to every story, and my job as a lawyer is to make certain that your version of the events gets taken into consideration. Because the authorities are under pressure to catch criminals, they can be very zealous. I must make certain that your constitutional rights were not violated. Many Internet sex crimes, prostitution and solicitation of prostitution charges are the result of “stings” in which adults pose as children or sex workers. Entrapment can be an incredibly grey area of the law to address, and I will work to determine how the law applies in your case.

The work of your Denver sex crimes attorney will be vital in mitigating the consequences that you face, because the consequences of a conviction are very severe. In most cases, after prison, a person will be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of their natural life. This is a red flag that will affect where you can live, if you can get a loan and if you are eligible for a job. It can even determine if you will be able to have contact with your own children, grandchildren and other relatives. In our society, both the court and the public react harshly to suspected and convicted sexual offenders. Get help!

For a skilled Denver sex crimes attorney, call 303-725-0017
Your initial consultation is free and we offer case financing to those who qualify

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