Protect Your Future When Faced With Sex Crime Charges
No other crimes carry the same damaging stigma that sex crimes do. Even an accusation can do lasting harm to many areas of your life. However, you should not let this fact make you simply throw in the towel after an accusation or an arrest. You deserve the best defense you can find, for the sake of your career and the protection of your hopes and dreams. After an arrest or when you first learn of an investigation, turn to a trusted defender with experience and passion for protecting people’s constitutional rights.
No matter what happened or what your point of view is, the Constitution lays out your rights such as:
- The right to a speedy trial by an impartial jury
- The right to be informed of criminal charges and to face the accuser
- The right to have one’s own witnesses and be represented by a lawyer
Bottner & Associates, Attorneys at Law, in Charles Town, West Virginia, applies these time-honored principles of our justice system to every criminal case. At the same time, we help clients take tangible steps to protect their families, their reputations and their careers. We are both skilled and passionate in our defense work for people charged with sex crimes.
Legal Aspects Of The Accusations
You may have been wrongly accused when nothing illegal happened, or you may have gotten tangled up in unfortunate circumstances that led to criminal charges. You might now be charged with crimes for actions allegedly involving a stranger, acquaintance, client or even a close family member. Whatever the facts and accusations, you need a trustworthy advocate to stand up for you when you have been accused or charged with:
- Sexual assault in the first, second or third degree
- Sexual abuse in the first, second or third degree
- A sexually violent offense against a child
- Imposition of sex acts on a person who is incarcerated or under supervision
When you Bottner & Associates, Attorneys at Law, on your side, you can be reassured of determined representation on your behalf with your present and future well-being at the forefront.
Don’t Panic Over Backlash; Call The Stache
You may be tempted to harm your own case by explaining your side of things to the police or hashing it out with your family. Before you know it, you may have said things that will hurt your case. Before doing anything rash, “call the stache.”