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Sex Crimes

Sex crimes can carry a life-long social stigma. The mere allegation of a sexual offense can ruin your reputation and destroy the lives of your family members. If you are facing sex crime allegations, you need an experienced sex crimes defense attorney on your side who will fight to protect your rights, your freedom and your good name.

In many instances, sex crime allegations involve a “he said, she said” situation.  There are generally no witnesses to the “alleged” crime and no evidence or injuries to support the accuser’s statements.  While these allegations may ultimately prove to be false, they can still be devastating and long-lasting.

Your accuser may have different motivations for falsely accusing you of sexual assault, rape or another sex crime offense.  Perhaps he or she wants to scare you into doing things or is seeking revenge for something that has taken place between the two of you in the past.  In some situations, individuals have been known to accuse an innocent person of a sex crime to gain leverage in other court proceedings, such as matters involving divorce, child custody and support.  Regardless of what your accuser’s underlying motivations may be, the end results can threaten your freedom and your future.

Defending Clients Facing Serious Rape and Other Serious Sex Crime Charges

When you have been accused of a sex crime offense, you need to consult with a skilled sex crime attorney immediately.  Many sexual offenses fall in the category of “strict liability crimes,” which means that the prosecution does not have to prove that you intentionally broke the law. Unlike other criminal offenses, individuals can be punished for a strict liability offense even if they had no knowledge that their acts were criminal in nature.  


For instance, in cases involving statutory rape, a person can be found guilty of rape even if he or she believed that their sexual partner was of legal age to consent to sex. This means that if you engage in consensual sex with a 15 year old who has told you that he or she is 18 years old, you can still be convicted of statutory rape because having sexual intercourse with a 15 year old is a strict liability crime. Although you may have made an honest mistake believing that you were sleeping with an adult, this does not matter in the eyes of the law.

The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC  Can Help

If you are facing sex crime allegations or charges, The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC can help. James E. Tyner is leading criminal defense attorney representing individuals throughout the New York state.  He defends clients facing all types sex crime charges, including cases involving: 

Regardless of the charges you may be facing, The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC will outline all of your options and work to build the strongest defense possible. Contact our firm today by calling 866-642-3897 or completing an online contact form.