If you are charged with or accused of a sex crime, it is important to understand the full implications of your plea. Do you have to register as a sex offender? Will my name go on Megan’s Website for all to see that I am sex offender? How long will I have to register for? Can I eventually stop registering? Can I get the case reduced to another crime that does not require sex registration? If your current attorney cannot answer these questions, you very well may have the wrong attorney.

Questions such as:

  1. What kind of investigation needs to be done? Can we interview the alleged victim?
  2. Do we try to attack the credibility of the alleged victim?
  3. Can we get a psychological evaluation to show I am not a sex offender?
  4. Should I get character letters from people that know me?
  5. Do we need a medical expert to refute physical findings of alleged sexual abuse?

At Wallin & Klarich, we have been defending people for over 30 years who have been charged with sex crimes. We understand what charges would trigger sex registration and which charges do not. We understand that certain sex crimes make it easier to stop sex registration then others. We also fully understand what crimes will result in your name on Megan’s Website and what crimes do not.

If you are being investigated for or charged with a sex crime, call the law firm of Wallin & Klarich. The implications of being convicted of a sex crime in California are enormous both legally and socially. Our team of attorneys and experts will assist you to achieve the best possible result. If your current attorney cannot answer your questions stated above or involving sex registration and what all the implications are to a sex crime charge, you need to seek other counsel. You should not be afraid to ask your attorney these questions. The stakes are just too high not to.

Contact the experienced Los Angeles sex crime defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich today at (877) 466-5245 for a consultation of your case. We can help you.

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