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Being Investigated by Police For a Sex Crime?

Posted By D'Amore Law Firm || 18-Nov-2013

If you are under the impression that you are being investigated by the police regarding a sex crime, it is important to understand what actions to take or not take so that your situation does not worsen. At D'Amore Law Firm, we realize that false accusations and speculations can occur at any time. We treat each client with the respect they deserve and put together a solid case defense for each individual no matter how complicated their accusations might be. Before you try to take any action on your own, we strongly recommend that you at least talk with a Dallas sex crime defense attorney from our firm at your earliest convenience. We can walk you through your case and help you come up with the best plan of action that could help protect your rights moving forward.

First of all, do not speak with anyone about your case. Always go right to an attorney if you are under investigation. Do not take calls from anyone that could have had involvement with the matter. Let a sex crime lawyer work with you before you do anything else, as they can work with the information, evidence and witnesses you have to compile a succinct and solid case defense. Do not submit to any investigations done by the police, as they can turn very public and end up hurting your case in the long run. Instead you should say that you do not want to submit to any questioning with your attorney present.

Offering a free, confidential consultation, do not hesitate to get in touch with D'Amore Law Firm today. Attorney D'Amore is trusted by judges and has a reputation amongst prosecutors for his hard-hitting legal defense. Allow our firm to help you before it gets worse. Having worked with 419 jury trials, he is highly experienced, with over two decades in the field focusing intensely on criminal law. Contact our office today!

Categories: Criminal Law, Sex Crimes

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