Legal Advocates For People Accused Of Sex Offenses

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All too often, the moment someone gets charged with a sex crime, people assume that person is guilty and immediately start treating him or her differently. If you have been accused of a sex crime, you may be dealing with a lot of stress, confusion and uncertainty.

At the law firm of Andrews & Sanders Law Offices in Savannah, our lawyers aggressively defend the rights of people charged with sex crimes under Georgia law and under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. We will be your advocates and make sure your side of the story is told. Don't hesitate to contact us for a free phone consultation to get the legal help you critically need.

Defending Clients Against Adult And Child Sex Charges

We defend clients facing all types of sex crime charges. Generally, these charges involve either accusations of sexual acts with an adult without consent or sexual acts involving someone considered a child under the law. Common charges include:

  • Rape and sexual assault
  • Sexual harassment
  • Statutory rape and child molestation
  • Internet child pornography

Our attorneys will handle your case with great attention to detail. We will carefully examine any physical evidence and review the statements of the accuser and any witnesses to uncover inconsistencies. You have a right to a vigorous criminal defense, and our experienced attorneys will provide it.

Addressing Your Concerns About Sex Offender Registration

One major concern of people who have been charged with sex crimes is the sex offender registry. If you are convicted of any sex crime, whether or not you serve prison time, you generally must register as a sex offender. Depending on the exact nature of the charges, the sex offender registration requirement may be for life.

We are familiar with the sex offender registry law and will advise you on the potential registration consequences in your case. Please fill out our online contact form or call 912-341-6861 to discuss what we can do to minimize the consequences of your sex crime charges.