When it comes to sexual assault cases, there are often only two people who really know what happened -- you and the person accusing you of sexual assault. That can make sexual assault cases very difficult to defend, but that doesn't mean that it is impossible.
Because of the complexity of working through what happened, it is vital to start working on your defense as soon as you are charged with a sex-related crime. We know that reliving the events that led to the charge might not be pleasant, but going through the events point by point might be beneficial if it helps us to determine how to present your defense.
It is important to understand that there are strong emotions involved for all parties in a sexual assault case. Even the jury and prosecutors are likely to have strong emotions when your case is heard. With that in mind, it is imperative that you present your side of the story in a manner that takes those emotions into account.
Whether you are facing a case involving drugs and alcohol as factors or a case that involves a minor, we can help you go through the evidence and learn what options you have for your defense. We understand that your case might be complex, which is common for such sensitive cases.