Defending Against False Allegations of Sexual Assault
If you or a loved one has been falsely accused of sexual assault in California, it can be an incredibly stressful and overwhelming experience. The potential consequences of being convicted of such a serious crime can have long-lasting effects on your personal and professional life.
That’s where a defense attorney comes in. A skilled and experienced defense attorney can help navigate the complex legal system in California and provide you with the best defense possible.
But how exactly can a defense attorney help in defending against false allegations of sexual assault? Let’s take a closer look. Read on to find out how a defense attorney can help you.
Choosing Wallin & Klarich to represent your case puts you in a better position to receive the best outcome for your case. We have over 40 years of experience in Southern California. Call us today at (877) 4-NO-JAIL for your free consultation!
Reasons for Being Falsely Accused
A false sexual assault allegation can leave you feeling confused and wondering why someone would do this. There are many reasons why someone may falsely accuse you of sexual assault. Some of the common reasons that someone falsely accuses someone else include:
- Shielding an Affair
- False Identification
Regardless of why you were falsely accused, you are now in a position where you must defend yourself and your rights. The first step you need to take is hiring an experienced defense attorney. Your attorney will be able to look at your case and offer guidance on how you should proceed. Additionally, your attorney can help you through every step of the judicial process, and get the best possible outcome for you and your case. Our attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have over 40 years of experience representing cases like yours. Call our office today for a free consultation with one of our skilled defense attorneys.
How a Defense Attorney Can Help
First and foremost, a defense attorney will thoroughly review all evidence presented by the prosecution. This includes witness statements, physical evidence, and any other documentation related to the case. They will also conduct their own investigation to gather any additional evidence that may support your innocence.
Next, a defense attorney will work with you to develop a strong defense strategy. This may include identifying any inconsistencies or contradictions in the prosecution’s case, as well as gathering character witnesses and obtaining expert testimony to support your version of events.
In addition, a defense attorney can negotiate on your behalf with the prosecution for a reduced charge or dismissal of the case. They can also challenge any unlawful evidence or procedure used against you, and advocate for your rights throughout the legal process.
Having a skilled defense attorney on your side can also provide emotional support during this difficult time. They are there to listen to your concerns, answer any questions you may have, and guide you through each step of the legal proceedings.
In California, the law presumes that a person is innocent until proven guilty. A defense attorney’s job is to ensure that this presumption holds true and fight for your rights. So if you or someone you know is facing false allegations of sexual assault in California, don’t hesitate to seek the help of a trusted defense attorney who will work tirelessly to protect your innocence. Remember, having a strong defense can make all the difference in clearing your name and moving on with your life. So, don’t wait – reach out to a defense attorney today for the best chance at defending against false allegations of sexual assault in California.
Together, we can fight for justice and ensure that your rights are protected. Stay strong and remember that you are not alone in this battle. Our attorneys at Wallin & Klarich are here to help you. We offer exceptional service, experience, and affordable payment options to help you manage the cost of hiring a defense attorney. Call our office today for a free consultation!
While the law considers everyone innocent until proven guilty, you can still find yourself convicted even if you were falsely accused. Without a skilled defense attorney on your side helping you present your case, you could be convicted and face the following penalties:
- For a misdemeanor,
- 6 months – 1 year in jail; and/or
- Up to $2,000 in fines
- For a felony,
- 2-4 years in prison; and/or
- Up to $10,000 in fines
In addition to jail or prison time and fines, many convictions force you to register as a sex offender. Sex offender registration can impact various aspects of your life. For example, you are limited in where you can live. Additionally, family and friends may be wary of being around you after a conviction and registration on the sex offender registry. Finally, it can be incredibly hard to find employment. A quick Google search of your name will bring up your conviction and sex offender registration, and potential employers will be less likely to hire you. This can lead to the inability to provide a steady income for yourself and your loved ones.
Because of the far-reaching consequences, it is important that you hire a skilled defense attorney to represent your case, even if you have been falsely accused. Don’t wait until it’s too late, call our office today for a free consultation!
Contact Wallin & Klarich Today
If you have been falsely accused of sexual assault, you need an aggressive defense attorney to fight for your freedom. With 40+ years of experience, our attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have helped thousands of clients win their cases or get their charges reduced to a lesser degree. We know the most effective defenses to argue on your behalf, and we will do everything in our power to help you achieve the best possible result in your case.
You may not be aware of all your options. Calling our office costs you nothing, but picking up the phone could be the difference between years in prison and years of freedom. Let our skilled attorneys examine your case to find the best way to avoid prison.Discover how our team can assist you. Contact us today, toll-free at (877) 4-NO-JAIL or (877) 466-5245 for a free consultation with a skilled defense attorney.