Were You Accused Of Doing Something That Did Not Happen?
You need legal help if you are wrongfully accused of committing a crime in Ohio. Unfortunately, in our current climate, any type of touching can be misconstrued as a crime. Because Ohio prosecutes many crimes as felonies, a simple misunderstanding can result in potentially years behind bars, thousands of dollars in fines and mandatory sex offender registration.
At The Law Office of Brian Jones, LLC, we defend the rights of people in central Ohio who are accused of crimes. Our experienced lawyers have more than 15 years of criminal defense experience and a record of success for clients. Every member of our staff believes that everyone is innocent unless proven guilty. Call our Delaware law firm now at 740-513-4830 to schedule your free consultation.
False Accusations And Sex Crimes
With false accusations for sex crimes, even perfectly innocent people such as yourself can be put away for something they did not do. Therefore, if you are falsely accused of a sex crime, then you want to take these false accusations seriously because you don’t want to end up convicted when you are innocent. While there is no excuse for committing sex crimes, tragically sex offenses are one of the few crimes are frequently based bases on false accusations and outright lies.
In Ohio, if you are convicted for a registerable sex offense, then you would be forced to register as a sex offender, which can be devastating to all aspects of your personal and professional life. In January of 2008, Ohio changed its Sex Offender Registration laws, which caused the state to become the first to adopt provisions from the Adam Walsh Act. This Act has created a universal method for determining sex offender classifications, as well as the requirements for these classifications nationwide.
Fight Your False Allegations
Since your reputation, your career, and your future are at risk, you cannot believe that the “truth will set you free” because with false accusations it is not always the case. Often, criminal cases rely heavily on the alleged victim’s testimony, and if that person is lying, you need an aggressive defense attorney.
Our attorneys understand the sensitive nature of criminal cases, and we will handle your legal matter with the utmost confidentiality, respect and care. Call us now at 740-513-4830 to schedule your free consultation with a member of our legal team. You can also send us your information in an email. Se Habla Español.