One of the most serious crimes a person can ever be charged with is a Sex Crime. The accusation alone is enough to ruin someone’s life. In Arkansas, a conviction for a sex crime will mean you must register as a sex offender – something that most of us simply couldn’t imagine.
These types of cases are highly specialized, and while any licensed attorney can represent a sex crime defendant, that doesn’t mean they should. You need an attorney with experience on both sides of these cases. Mike is a former Prosecuting Attorney whose experience while in the Benton County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office focused almost exclusively in the area of sex crimes against children. He has taken several of these cases to trial and had tremendous success. Representation in a sex crime case can be very costly. Don’t risk your limited resources – or your future – with an inexperienced attorney.
Sex crimes include:
Investigations into these allegations are tricky. Detectives and other investigators will often use recorded phone calls or video chats, text message or online chat logs, written or recorded victim or eyewitness statements, and medical or DNA evidence to build their cases. There is a great deal of evidence to gather in a sex crime investigation – so much, in fact, that in almost every case, something is missed. You need a lawyer that is willing to speak to every witness, turn over every rock, and who knows exactly where to look for that missing evidence – which can often help to prove innocence (or, at least, to create a reasonable doubt as to guilt).
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a felony or misdemeanor sex crime, the sooner you retain a criminal defense lawyer, the better your chances of seeing a favorable outcome to your case. Once you retain Mike Armstrong, we will begin our investigation immediately, gathering information, devising a defense strategy and actively working to protect your constitutional rights. Do not face the criminal justice system and the harsh penalties alone and, most importantly, do not wait to get the legal representation you deserve!
Armstrong Law is committed to providing each client with a strategic, aggressive defense. In every case, we work toward a dismissal or a “not guilty” verdict. But in instances where this is not possible, we are frequently successful in securing downgraded charges and milder penalties.
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a sex crime in Arkansas, do not delay in contacting Armstrong Law. Arrange a fully confidential, no-cost case evaluation by calling us at (479) 254-0135 or reaching out to us online.