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Defense Against Sexual Assault Charges In Georgia

If you face sexual assault or other sex crime allegations, your freedom, as well as your personal and professional reputation, are at risk. If convicted, Georgia prosecutors will likely seek the harshest punishments possible, including placing you on the state sex offender registry.

Due to the potential for lifelong severe consequences, it’s essential to work with a skilled criminal defense attorney. At The Hames Law Firm L.L.C., attorney Adam Marshall Hames fights tirelessly to defend your rights and reputation.

Defending You Against Misdemeanor Or Felony Sex Crimes

Even an investigation into sex crime allegations carries a stigma that can ruin your life. Attorney Hames understands these implications and the possible ramifications of a conviction. Understanding the gravity of the situation is the first step toward a strong defense strategy.

Consider the following offenses and the potential penalties:

  • Rape: Minimum of 25 years to life in prison and death penalty possible
  • Sexual assault: Prison term of one to 20 years and a $100,000 fine
  • Statutory rape: One to 20 years in prison
  • Child enticement: A prison term between 10 and 30 years
  • Child molestation: A minimum of five and up to 20 years in prison
  • Child pornography: Between five and 20 years in prison and a $100,000 fine
  • Prostitution: Jail time of up to one year and up to a $1,000 fine
  • Solicitation: Prison term of one to three years
  • Internet sex crimes: Up to 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine

Attorney Hames has the knowledge and skill to defend you. For over 25 years, he has successfully defended clients against these and other serious criminal charges.

Possible Defenses To Sex Crime Allegations

Facing sexual assault charges or other accusations is frightening. But just because you’ve been accused doesn’t mean you’re guilty.

Mr. Hames will scour the prosecution’s case to devise an appropriate defense, which could include:

  • Proof that you were not present when the crime occurred
  • Challenging the accuracy and credibility of witnesses
  • Providing DNA or other physical evidence excluding you as the perpetrator
  • Establishing that the person accusing you gave their consent
  • Uncovering lies or motivations leading to false accusations

Mr. Hames leverages his extensive experience and legal knowledge to develop compelling strategies aimed at dismissing or reducing charges, securing acquittals or minimizing penalties.

Call The Firm Today To Protect Your Rights And Future

With your freedom and reputation at stake, you deserve a defense lawyer who not only understands the law but also approaches your case with compassion and dedication.

Contact The Hames Law Firm today to protect your future. Call 404-947-4983 or email the firm to schedule an initial consultation. Attorney Hames will fiercely defend your interests.