Denver Sex Assault Defense Attorneys
Few crime allegations are more serious than those involving sex assault. In Colorado, all charges of sex assault on a child or sexual assault by force are charged as high level felonies. Convictions and sentencing on these sex assault crimes can involve indeterminate life sentences to the DOC (prison) or lifetime probation supervision, as well as the requirement of being enrolled on the sex offender registry. These are very serious matters. Such accusations, even when false, can disrupt every aspect of the life of the accused. They will very likely lose their home, especially if the accusations are by their own children. You must be prepared to aggressively fight these allegations.
A person accused of sexual assault can suffer a loss of their reputation, character, and standing in the community. He or she could even lose their employment even if not convicted and even if not put in jail. In our many years of handling sex assault cases, our attorneys at Seawell & Buckmelter, PC, have helped to save the liberty of our clients and also their reputations.
If you or your family member has been accused of sexual assault, contact a sex assault defense attorney at Seawell & Buckmelter, PC, who understands the sensitivity of such charges. We can help.
Colorado Criminal Defense Law Firm
At Seawell & Buckmelter, PC, we handle all offenses charged as sex crimes which upon conviction may require enrollment on the sex offender registry, including sexual exploitation, rape, and statutory rape. We assist clients who have been charged with prostitution, solicitation for sex, and pimping as well.
We also represent defendants in computer and Internet crimes involving solicitation of a minor and Internet child pornography, and possession of child pornography. Lately, in some parts of the country, law enforcement officers have taken to posing as minors in internet sting operations in order to entrap potential unsuspecting victims into meeting with a minor and then arresting them. If this happens to you, do not talk to the police until you have talked with an attorney. Contact us today for your free initial consultation.