Marlton Sex Crimes Lawyer
Aggressive Criminal Defense Attorney John B. Brennan Vigorously Advocates on Behalf of Clients Charged with Sex Crimes in Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, and Throughout New Jersey
If you have been arrested and charged with a sex crime, or even if you are just under investigation for a sex crime, you should not be without experienced legal representation. Simply being under investigation for or accused of a sex crime can ruin your personal and professional relationships and reputation, even if you are ultimately not charged or convicted of any offense. A conviction will certainly have a devastating impact on the rest of your life, especially when you are obligated to comply with the sex offender registration requirement for years after completing any prison sentence (or potentially for the rest of your life).
Facing Charges For A Sex Crime And Have Questions? I Can Help, Tell Me What Happened.
For over three decades, including 25 years spent serving as a prosecutor, I’ve seen how complex and difficult sex crime cases can get. I also know how prosecutors think and how they build legal arguments to secure a conviction; that’s why I know what it takes to identify and develop strong, effective legal strategies. As a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney and member of the New Jersey Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, I’ve dedicated my professional experience and practice to criminal law and have the experience both inside and outside the courtroom to show. When you are facing charges of sex crimes, it can obviously be an anxious and stressful time; that is why you will always receive a prompt response to your calls and emails so that you will always have answers to your question and will always be up-to-date on the progress of your case.
Don’t leave your fate in the hands of the criminal justice system; take control of protecting your freedom and your future. Contact me today to set up a free consultation for a thorough, honest, and discreet assessment of your case and to learn more about how having a seasoned criminal defense lawyer on your side can help you protect your legal rights and options when facing criminal charges.
Seasoned Lawyer John B. Brennan Handles All Types of Sex Crime Cases
With more than two decades of experience working in the criminal justice system, I can help you if you are facing any kind of sex crime charges, including:
- Aggravated sexual assault
- Sexual assault
- Criminal sexual contact
- Lewdness/indecent exposure
- Prostitution or solicitation
- Possession or distribution of child pornography
- Endangering the welfare of a child
- Online solicitation
- Failure to comply with sex offender registration requirements
Conviction for any of these offenses carries harsh consequences, including months or years in prison, the requirement to register as a sex offender (possibly for life), and parole supervision for life, which can impose significant restrictions on your employment and personal life. Depending on the circumstances of your sex crime and your personal factors, you may also be deemed a sexually violent predator and subject to civil commitment for treatment even after you have completed any prison sentence.
How the Law Office of John B. Brennan Can Help You in Your Sex Crimes Case
Sex crimes charges are among one of the most difficult types of crimes to defend against, not only because of the factual and legal complexities of sex crimes but because the delicate nature of the subject matter requires expertly balancing vigorous advocacy with sensitivity for all those involved in the case. Having been on both sides of the criminal courtroom, I know how important it is to approach a case from all sides. I also understand the importance of having extensive evidence in sex crime cases, including DNA and forensic evidence, which may help to exonerate you from your charges.
Your reputation, freedom, and future are too important to leave to chance. When you choose me to represent you in your sex crimes case, you can trust that I will vigorously defend your rights and interests throughout the entire criminal justice process, from an initial investigation through arrest and arraignment all the way to trial or other resolution of your case. I will leave no stone unturned in working to have your charges reduced or dismissed and to get you the best possible outcome in your case.
Contact Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyer John B. Brennan for a Free Initial Consultation Today
Sex crimes are among some of the most complex cases, which can make them incredibly difficult to develop a strong, effective legal defense strategy. That is why it is critical to have experienced, knowledgeable legal representation on your side to ensure you have the best chance at securing the best possible outcome in your case. Contact my firm today to schedule a free, confidential initial consultation to discuss your charges and to learn more about your legal rights and options in your case.
Frequently Asked Questions about Sex Crimes in New Jersey
Most likely. The vast majority of sex crimes have, as a consequence of conviction, the requirement to register as a sex offender. The length of time you will have to comply with this registration requirement will depend on the severity of your offense; the most serious sex crimes such as aggravated sexual assault can result in lifetime obligations to register as a sex offender. Because sex offender registries are publicly accessible databases, having to register can seriously impact your ability to find employment, housing, or educational or financial opportunities since the databases do not provide much information about the circumstances of your underlying offense. Sex offender registration is a fact to consider when decisions are made as to how to resolve your case.
“Aggravating factors” in a sex crime case will increase the seriousness of the crime and the severity of the punishment in the event of convictions. Factors that can lead you to being charged with a more serious sex crime, include the age of the alleged victim, whether you had some position of authority, influence, or power over the victim, whether the victim was incapable of consent (due to age, intoxication or mental incapacity), or whether you possessed or used a weapon during the crime.