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Last Updated on: 20th October 2023, 10:07 am
Being accused of a federal sex crime can be an incredibly scary and overwhelming experience. Even if you’re innocent, the legal process can seem confusing and unfair. This article aims to walk you through some of the key things to know if you find yourself in this situation.
The first thing to do is understand exactly what you’ve been charged with. There are a number of federal laws that relate to sexual assault and abuse, such as:
The charges and potential penalties can vary widely, so it’s important to know the specifics. Your lawyer will go over this with you.
When hiring a lawyer, look for someone with specific experience defending federal sex crime cases. This area of law is very specialized. You want someone who knows it inside-out.
There are a variety of defenses that your lawyer may use to fight the charges against you. Some possibilities include:
Your lawyer will assess the facts of your case to determine the best strategies for building your defense.
Very few federal criminal cases actually go to trial. The vast majority end in plea bargains. Your lawyer may advise you to consider negotiating a plea deal if the evidence against you is strong. Benefits can include:
The downside is you’ll likely have to plead guilty to something. Your lawyer can help weigh the pros and cons of any offered plea deals.
If you do decide to take your case to trial, your lawyer will work diligently to challenge the prosecutors’ evidence and create reasonable doubt around your guilt. Some key aspects of preparing for trial include:
Your lawyer will also advise you on whether you should consider taking the witness stand to testify on your own behalf.
If you are convicted despite your legal defenses, your lawyer may advise you to appeal the verdict or sentence. Grounds for appeal could include things like:
The appeals process provides an opportunity for higher courts to review potential mistakes made by the trial court. Your lawyer can handle this process for you.
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