The presumption of guilt often associated with anyone who is simply a suspect of such crime makes it difficult for that person to receive a fair trial. Attorneys Jeff Wright and Erin Carr have years of experience with sex offense crimes and they are ready to hear your side of the story. Contact them today to make sure you receive the fair trial you are entitled to.
Carr & Wright, P.L.C. represents individuals throughout Iowa who have been charged with sexual assault. Sexual offense charges vary from aggravated misdemeanor to class A felony. Our experienced attorneys will challenge and identify any and all scientific tests run to determine the identity of the assailant.
This is a serious charge and you need and experienced and knowledgeable attorney to represent your rights. The lawyers at Carr & Wright have extensive trial experience along with the negotiation and investigation skills needed to represent you in your sexual assault case. Call today to schedule your free initial consultation and let us take care of the rest.
If your name appears on the sex offender registry in Iowa it is searchable by name, county, city, and zip code. Personal information such as your date of birth, photographs, residence, nicknames, aliases, employer name, address, etc. would be available to the public on the internet. Furthermore, having your name on the sex offender registry may cost you a future job opportunity otherwise perfect for you.
Defenses to child pornography charges include the exception to obscenity statutes which permits the use of appropriate material for educational purposes in any accredited school, public library, or educational program. Defense also could be found under the First Amendment free speech right of defendant.
At Carr & Wright we believe that regardless of what you have been charged in the past you deserve to be treated with respect in the future. If you have been charged with a sex crime in Des Moines, call us to make sure you are protected and your side of the story is heard.
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Iowa law defines domestic abuse as committing assault between family or household members, separated spouses or persons divorced from each other, parents of the same minor child, or people who have been family or household members residing together within the past year. Charge of domestic abuse may impact various aspects of one’s life such as child custody, future employment, residence, etc.
To be able to fight a domestic abuse charge, you will need a lawyer who is able to find and present at trial all of the evidence needed to protect your rights.
If you have been charged with domestic abuse assault, we are here to help. Call us today to speak with a knowledgeable and experienced Des Moines lawyer.