DEFENDING CLIENTS IN STATE, FEDERAL & MILITARY COURT
Are you facing accusations of a sex crime in Tacoma, Pierce County, or Western Washington? These offenses are one of the most serious categories of crime. Not only could you be facing devastating criminal consequences but you could have to register as a sex offender if you are convicted. At The Law Offices of Krupa & Clark, our Tacoma criminal defense lawyers offer a strong defense for individuals who have been charged or arrested.
Our firm provides representation for a wide range of sex crime offenses, such as:
- Statutory rape
- Sexual assault
- Child pornography
CONSEQUENCES OF A SEX CRIME CONVICTION
In the state of Washington and throughout the United States, sex crimes are taken very seriously by law enforcement, judges, prosecutors, and juries. This means that you will need to have a strong Tacoma criminal defense attorney on your side who can fight for your rights and explore all possible defense strategies.
The consequences of a sex crime conviction can vary, depending on the details of the offense. For example, you could face time in jail, restitution, and community service for a misdemeanor offense. If you are charged with a felony sex crime offense, you could be looking at extensive time in prison, community service, restitution, large fines. When you are convicted of a sex crime, you will be required to register as a sex offender which will follow you for the rest of your life.
COMPASSIONATE LEGAL ADVOCATE IN TACOMA
Our legal team at The Law Offices of Krupa & Clark have more than 40 years of combined experience tirelessly advocating for our clients. Our firm has seen virtually every type of sex crime and are dedicated to fighting for your freedom and future.
Please contact our office at (253) 573-1000 to set up a free case consultation with a Tacoma criminal defense lawyer.
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