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New York Sexual Crimes Carry Harsh Penalties

Last updated on October 10, 2022

The state of New York takes sexual criminal offenses very seriously, issuing harsh penalties and punishments that extend beyond incarceration. Depending on the severity of the crime, offenders may face up to life in prison. Lower-level crimes incur probation but with greater restrictions and oversight than other probationary sentencing. Additionally, those convicted may be included on the sex offender registry, introducing an incredible challenge for the rest of their life.

All told, even being accused of a sexual crime can have devastating consequences that severely impact a person’s future. It’s for these reasons that you need a criminal defense lawyer who understands the nuances of New York criminal law. You need me, Graeme Spicer of Spicer Law.

Fast And Effective Legal Defense Against Sex Crimes

It is not easy to defend against sexual crimes. The stigma surrounding the accused is difficult to overcome before, during and after the trial. Hiring a criminal defense attorney early is key to getting ahead of the accusations and building a defense that works. A lawyer well practiced in New York state and federal criminal law will understand the best way to approach your specific situation and develop a strategy that works. You have a lot at stake facing these charges; you need advocacy you can rely on. You need Spicer Law.

I have helped clients defend against the following charges:

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual battery and rape
  • Prostitution
  • Indecent exposure
  • Failure to register as a sex offender
  • Child pornography

Even being accused of any of the above crimes can have a long-lasting impact on your life, and potentially impair your ability to get a job, secure housing or enroll in school.

Act Now To Protect Yourself

New Yorkers facing these serious charges can get ahead of the problem by reaching out to a passionate criminal defense lawyer eager to take this on. You can call Spicer Law at 315-930-1052 to speak with me or schedule a consultation online.