Gwinnett County Sex Crime Attorney
Aggressive Representation in Walton & Clarke Counties for the Most Serious Charges
Our Gwinnett County sex crimes lawyers prepare every case for trial. We start by learning as much as possible about you and the circumstances of your case. We investigate the officers, evidence, and witnesses to build a strong legal and factual trial defense for the jury. Our experience as former prosecutors enables us to learn the weaknesses in the evidence the state is using to try to convict you. Whenever possible, we work to get cases dismissed and charges reduced prior to going to court.
If you or a loved one has been accused of a sex crime, call (678) 726-5400 for experienced lawyers to vigorously defend your rights.
Types of Sex Offenses
Sex crime convictions are extremely serious and often result in severe punishments and lasting consequences. If convicted of a sex crime, you could face time in prison, probation, and restrictions on where you can live and work.
Georgia law classifies a range of offenses as sex crimes, including:
- Statutory rape
- Sexual assault
- Child molestation
- Enticement of a child for indecent purposes
- Public indecency
What are the Penalties for Sex Crimes?
The state of Georgia aggressively prosecutes sex crimes, so the attorneys at Crawford and Boyle, LLC, aggressively defend the accused. Our sex crimes attorneys in Gwinnett County represent clients facing serious criminal charges in Walton and Clarke Counties. A conviction for a sex crime can lead to severe punishments such as:
- prison sentences,
- and even having to register as a sex offender.
These penalties will negatively impact every area of your life. Let our team help you fight for your rights and avoid the devastating consequences of a conviction.
Sex Offender Registration
The sex offender registration rules in Georgia changed in 2010. Anyone convicted after July 1, 2008 is prohibited from living within 1,000 feet of a school, school bus stop, child care facility, church, public park, playground, public library, public pool, neighborhood center, recreation facility, skating rink, or gym. In addition, people with sex crimes convictions are unable to work or volunteer at a school, church, or childcare facility.
Abuse or Neglect of a Disabled Person DISMISSAL
Aggravated Assault REDUCED
Aggravated Assault DISMISSED
Criminal Damage to Property DISMISSED
Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass DISMISSED
Drug Possession SEIZURE OVERTURNED
Drug Possession DISMISSED
Drug Trafficking DISMISSED