Sexual offenses are probably the most taboo type of crime you can face these days. In addition to the “normal” risks of jail or prison, no contact with the complaining witness, and a possible fine, some sexual offenses also require people to register as a convicted sex offender, making it very easy for the general public to learn about a person’s past legal problems and sometimes very difficult for the same person to find and keep a job and sometimes even housing. In the most serious sex cases, the state attorney general’s office may try to have a convicted person civilly committed to a psychiatric hospital after a prison sentence has been served for the criminal charge.
Whether you’re facing a misdemeanor or a felony charge, Jen Raimo is here to help. Feel free to browse these pages for information about specific types of charges. We’re always adding new information to this website, so if there’s a topic you would like to see added, just send an email to email@example.com. Your questions could help educate someone who needs to learn more.
If you are facing a sex charge, you need a lawyer to defend you in court. Call Jen Raimo at (703) 591-4868 or email her at to schedule a free consultation about your personal situation. Of course, any questions or consultations about specific incidents will be kept private between you and the lawyer.