Sex Crimes & Rape Defense

In spite of the ideal “innocent until proven guilty” — the reality of being charged with a sex crime is that in the eyes of most, accusations are the same thing as fact. Even the mere allegation that you’ve committed a sex crime can have devastating effects on your life. Rape and all other sex crimes charges bring with them a stigma that does not accompany other criminal charges. An individual charged with rape faces harsh prosecution as well as ruthless judgment from society as a whole.

Don’t wait until you are charged to talk to an attorney.

Whether you are innocent or guilty of the charges against you, it is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. If hired early enough, your attorney can begin aggressive representation during the early stages of the investigation. We are often able to diffuse the situation and avoid criminal charges altogether. We use private investigators to locate favorable evidence, moving quickly to stay ahead of the prosecution. If your case goes to trial, we continue to work for you to ensure that you get a fair trial.

We understand what’s really at stake in these cases and we stand by you in fighting to protect your rights and future.  We can help you defend some of these allegations, among others:

  • Rape/statutory rape/date rape
  • Sexual abuse
  • Indecent assault and battery
  • Child enticement
  • Child pornography and Internet Sex Crimes
  • Matters before the SORB (Sex Offender Registry Board)
  • Matters before the Department of Children and Family Services*

*If you are contacted by the Department of Children and Families or any other government body, contact us at our Franklin office (508) 528-2400. We will work with you to avoid being interrogated without representation.

 The experienced criminal law attorneys at Ryan Faenza Cataldo, LLC are able to begin aggressive representation during all stages of your case.  Seek legal representation early  and contact them (Joseph Cataldo and/or Cory Madera) to discuss your case.  

For a free, confidential consultation with an experienced sex crimes defense lawyer — call our Franklin office at 508-528-2400 or contact our firm today.