Any sex crime in North Carolina is taken very serious by law enforcement and needs a strong defense. In addition to a lengthy prison term, the sentence for many sex crimes, including rape, sexual abuse, indecent liberties with a minor, sexual battery and child pornography, requires the judge impose mandatory sex offender registration. This can impact your employment, where you live, and who you can associate with. If you’ve been charged with a sex crime, you need the services of an aggressive Charlotte criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Being charged with a sex offense can be scary and life altering.
At the Olsinski Law Firm, PLLC, we have highly experienced attorneys who have successfully handled countless sex offenses cases on behalf of clients from all walks of life. We understand what you are going through. We know that, often, the accusations you face are fabricated, exaggerated or based on a simple misunderstanding. It is important that you come in and talk to one of our attorneys as quickly as possible. Our focus is always on you, and how we can get you out from underneath the charges you face.
At the Olsinski Law Firm, PLLC, our attorneys are focused on providing each of our clients with high quality representation throughout every stage of the process and strive to foster a close attorney client relationship. We understand the bias that society has against those accused of a sex crime. We have seen jurors admit that they cannot be fair when a child is testifying. Our priority is on your case, at all times. We recognize that, in many cases, we may be the only ones standing in your corner and will fight for you until the end.
We’ve done this long enough to know that each case demands a full review of all the evidence to determine what can be done to challenge the prosecutor's case. Our painstaking review of the evidence against you will help us come up with the best possible defense. We will review your case with you from start to finish, making sure we’re on the same page from beginning to end.
We proudly represent clients facing all types of North Carolina sex crimes, including the following:
- Possession of child pornography,
- Forcible sexual offenses,
- Lewd and lascivious conduct,
- Sexual battery,
- Statutory rape,
- Solicitation of a child by computer, and
- Taking indecent liberties with a student
Regardless of the charges you face, your prior record, and the evidence in the prosecutor’s file, we can help you develop a compelling defense.What to Do if You’ve Been Arrested for a Charlotte Sex Crime
If you have been arrested for a sex offense, or are the subject of a sex crime investigation, you do not need to speak with investigators without a lawyer. In fact, it is imperative that you exercise your right to an attorney before answering any questions. Every case involving a sex offense must be carefully managed from the earliest possible moment. In many instances, our offices have helped prevent charges from being filed against our clients by quickly and effectively undermining the government’s evidence. Our firm takes an aggressive approach to defending against sex crime accusations, and will do everything possible to fight for the best possible outcome.Contact the Olsinski Law Firm, PLLC to Speak with a Lawyer About Your Case for Free
If you face charges of rape, child abuse, sexual abuse or any other sex crime, contact the Charlotte sex crime lawyers at the Olsinski Law Firm, PLLC to schedule a free consultation. We are immediately available to speak confidentially about your case. For more than a decade, we’ve helped good people get out of bad situations. To learn more, and to schedule a free consultation* with a Charlotte sex crimes lawyer, give us a call at 704-405-2580. You can also reach our Concord sex offense lawyers at 704-918-4747.
- Admissibility of Child Witness Testimony
- Child Pornography
- Child Prostitution
- Defenses to Sex Crimes
- Evidence in Sex Crime Cases
- Forcible Sexual Offenses
- Indecent Exposure
- Indecent Liberties with a Minor
- Internet Sex Crimes
- Lewd and Lascivious Conduct
- Rape Shield Laws
- Revenge Porn
- Sexual Activity by a Substitute Parent or Custodian
- Sexual Activity with a Student
- Sex Offender Registration
- Sex Offender Registration Removal
- Sexual Battery
- Solicitation of a Child by Computer
- Statutory Rape
- Suppressing Statements in Sex Crime Cases
- Taking Indecent Liberties With a Student