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Greensboro, North Carolina, Sex Crimes Defense Attorney

Let us protect your reputation, your family, your future and your freedom

For more than 17 years, our Greensboro, North Carolina, law office has defended people accused of sex crimes. The seriousness of such charges demands resourceful, fearless criminal defense advocacy. The Law Offices of Ames Chamberlin is an experienced and proven criminal defense lawyer who is very knowledgeable about North Carolina sexual offense laws and has the skills and experience in negotiation, investigation, interviewing and litigation to structure a solid and effective defense for you.

Defining sexual offenses in North Carolina

Sex crimes in North Carolina include state misdemeanor and felony charges. Sex crimes commonly charged by North Carolina prosecutors include:

  • Sexual assault:
    • Forcible rape
    • Statutory rape
    • Date rape
  • Solicitation of a prostitute
  • Sexual battery
  • A forcible sex offense (a sexual assault other than vaginal rape)
  • Indecent exposure
  • Indecent liberties with a child
  • Sexual exploitation of a child
  • Online solicitation

The federal government also frequently prosecutes cases in the Middle District of North Carolina for possession of child pornography, production of child pornography and online solicitation of a minor.

 

Consequences of sex offense convictions

People accused of a sex offense often allow themselves to be stampeded into a plea bargain with the prosecutor in the mistaken belief that somehow that will be the end of the matter. Nothing could be more wrong. A criminal conviction for a sex offense carries lifelong repercussions. Many sex offenses are felonies punishable by a term in state prison. Conviction of a “reportable” sex offense will also carry a sex-offender registration requirement. Registering as a sex offender can be devastating in that your status as a sex offender will result in significant restrictions on where you can live and work, and in some cases, satellite monitoring of your location.

The list of “reportable offenses” is extensive, and you should discuss your case with an experienced sex crimes defense attorney to discover your best options for your defense.

Reputable sex crimes defender in North Carolina offers free consultation

The Law Offices of Ames Chamberlin balances aggressive sex crimes defense with an empathetic understanding of your fears and concerns. Contact us today online or by telephone 336-638-1117 for a free consultation so we can hear your side of the story and prepare your defense.

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