Date Rape Charges and Your Reputation

Date Rape Charges and Your Reputation

Rape, including date rape, is a serious charge. With a minimum 3-8 year prison sentence, it will disrupt your life for years to come. On top of your court sentence: which can include prison time, fees, community service or educational classes, you will also have to register as a sex offender in the State of California for life. If this wasn't enough, having to disclose rape as a criminal conviction on employment applications for the rest of your life can take a toll on your confidence. If you have joint custody of a child or children, a date rape charge will heavily complicate matters. If you feel you were wrongly accused of date rape, don't hesitate to contact an experienced rape defense attorney to discuss your options for your defense. There are defense strategies that can look out for your best interests. There are also mitigating factors that are taken into account for your sentencing, if you are convicted. However, these factors are complex so try to be thoroughly knowledgeable of them before you appear in court. It is important your side of the story is told and that you aren't charged with doing something you didn't do. When your reputation and your freedom are on the line, don't settle for an unfair judgment. Contact an experienced attorney today and get educated on your options.

Are you in the Tulare, Kings or Fresno areas and worried about what a date rape charge will do to your reputation? Contact experienced rape defense attorney Christopher Martens and his legal team to discuss your case scenario. Experienced in sex crime defense, the Law Offices of Christopher Martens can expertly walk you through the process of defending yourself in court and potentially mitigating your sentencing. Contact our offices at 559-967-7386 or email us at MartensLaw@gmail.com for a free consultation today.

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