Sex Crimes

A Strong Defense, From Start To Finish

From the moment we take on a sex crimes case, we begin to thoroughly review each piece of evidence gathered. In sex crimes cases, the evidence frequently involves bodily fluids which require scientific testing. We can run our own tests on the evidence. There are various levels of matching and the matching makes a difference. The evidence may be misconstrued or misinterpreted. We work to refute the conclusions drawn by the prosecution when they are misconstrued.

In addition, evidence of sex crimes is often in the form of witness or alleged victim testimony. Some people have better memories than others, but it is difficult to determine who is recalling things correctly or not. It is important to look at all the information and find inconsistencies that question the presented evidence. At the Law Office of Louis G. DeAngelis, LLC, our experienced attorneys are adept at finding these inconsistencies.

We Work To Avoid Sex Offender Registry As A Consequence

The consequences associated with a sex crime conviction are more serious and long-term than many other crimes. With certain sex crimes, under Megan’s law, those convicted face having to register as sex offenders. Registering as a sex offender impacts your ability to find housing and employment, among other aspects of your life. We aggressively defend our clients and work to make sure they do not have to register as a sex offender, if at all possible to avoid.

Email us online or call (201) 630-0582 today to set up a free initial consultation with a lawyer. From our office in Englewood, we serve clients throughout New Jersey.