Experienced Defense For Sex Crime Cases
A conviction on a sex crime may mean prison time and having to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life. If you are charged with a sex crime, also known as criminal sexual conduct, turn to me, attorney Chris Stocke. I represent individuals facing sex crime charges in the Duluth, Minnesota, area.
I explain to clients why it essential it is they have a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer representing them on their charges. Without an experienced criminal defense attorney, who are you going to rely on, the police or the prosecutor? Their job is to convict you. Together we can review your situation and determine the best way in which to defend the criminal sexual conduct charges you are facing.
How Can I Help You?
I represent clients in all levels of criminal sexual conduct cases, fifth through first degrees. The types of cases that fall under the term “criminal sexual conduct” include:
- Statutory rape
- Sexual abuse
- Sexual assault
There Are Severe Penalties Upon Conviction
Not only are you facing prison if you are convicted of sexual abuse or other sex crime, but after you have served your sentence, you will be required to register as a sexual offender for the rest of your life. This means that neighborhoods will be alerted when you move in, schools will be notified, and your future employers will also have access to that information. Unfortunately, this may prevent you from living a normal life. Because of the serious repercussions resulting from any criminal sexual conduct charges, I aggressively defend clients charged with any sex crime.
Reach Out To My Office
To learn more about your rights and options after being arrested and charged with criminal sexual conduct, contact me at the Stocke Law Office today by calling 218-249-0605. Don’t speak to the police without an attorney present no matter what they ask you; anything you say will be used against you. I provide aggressive criminal defense representation, whether working to obtain a dismissal of the case or negotiating a plea agreement.
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