Atlanta Sex Crime Attorney
Ferocious Defense of Your Rights & Future
Even the simplest sex crime conviction can saddle you with a criminal record and result in being labeled as a sex offender. More serious offenses can land you in prison for years, or for life, and may even qualify you for the death penalty.
You should not hesitate to meet with the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally if you have been charged with any type of sex crime. An aggressive defense is necessary to successfully challenge the case presented by the prosecution.
Arrested for a sex crime? Schedule a free case evaluation with our sex crime lawyer in Atlanta today to begin building your defense.
Dedicated Advocacy for the Criminally Charged
When you are charged with a sex crime and faced with weighty penalties, you will want to work with an attorney who is dedicated to your case. At the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally, you can rest assured that Mr. McNally will take the necessary time and devote attention to each case that he accepts.
Some of the common types of sex crimes the firm handles include:
- Sexual battery
- Statutory rape
- Public indecency
- Child molestation
The legal team at the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally is dedicated to aggressively defending each client’s rights and freedom. An accusation of committing a sex crime does not mean you are guilty, but it can still impact your future if ineffectively handled.
How Long Do You Go to Jail for Sexual Battery?
In the state of Georgia, the amount of jail time you can receive for sexual battery depends on the circumstances of your case and the corresponding sentence.
Possible penalties for a first offense misdemeanor sexual battery include:
- Up to a $5,000 fine
- Up to 12 months in jail
Possible penalties for aggravated sexual battery include:
- 25 years to life imprisonment
If you are charged with misdemeanor sexual battery for the second time or more, the jail time can be increased to one to five years' imprisonment.
Get Your Complimentary Evaluation Today
Our firm can develop a strategic approach to show that the accusations against you are unjust.
Some of the issues that can lead to a criminal sex crime charge include:
- False accusations
- Cases of mistaken identity
- Another person with access to your computer
You may have been falsely charged, or committed a less serious offense that will not impact your life as severely. With this understanding and compassion for your situation, we are ready to fight for your freedom.
Facing charges for a sex crime? Call a skilled Atlanta sex crime lawyer at (678) 918-4421 for immediate help and to schedule a free case evaluation.