Even if you are not convicted of a sex crime, any accusation can lead to public stigma, potential employment problems, and challenges in your personal and family life. In cases involving Internet sex crimes, it is very difficult to count on your right to be “innocent until proven guilty.” Once you are accused, the best thing you can do is take immediate action to build your defense.
Aggressive Sex Crimes Defense From a Nationally Recognized Defense Lawyer
Sex crime cases are highly fact specific and will require an intensive investigation on both the part of the prosecution and your defense. Attorney Patrick L. Hancock will contact witnesses, review police documentation and work with professional experts where necessary.
Mr. Hancock has extensive experience in Internet sex crimes defense, including defending clients against charges for:
- Online solicitation of a minor
- Solicitation of a child
- Indecency with a child
- Possession of child pornography
- Production or dissemination of pornography
Defend Against Lifetime Registration as a Sex Offender
People convicted of sex offenses face the additional penalty of being forced to register as a sex offender. Long after your sentence is served, you could be forced to inform the state of your residence, be listed on public records as a sex offender, and even be required to inform your community of a prior conviction. Not only could this have a devastating effect on your personal life, but you may face future difficulties securing gainful employment or a place to live.
The only way to fight sex offender registration is to fight your sex crime charges. With the support and advocacy of Patrick L. Hancock, you can explore every opportunity to protect your rights, your reputation and your future.
Facing an Internet sex crime investigation or charges? Call the San Antonio, Texas Law Office of Patrick L. Hancock at 210-223-8844 or contact him online for a free and confidential consultation.