Sex Offenses are intrusive, devastating crimes that can upend the life of victims and their families. While these crimes happen way too often in our society, not everyone who has been accused of committing a Sex Offense is truly guilty. Social justice platforms can be misused by individuals to pursue selfish retaliation campaigns. Out of jealousy some men and women have used their friends and social media networks, to falsely accuse others simply because of a failed relationship or in an attempt to further career goals or social status.
Accusations alone of sexual misconduct can greatly disrupt your life. If you have been accused or contacted by law enforcement, do not make the mistake of thinking that the investigating officer in Larimer or Weld County have your best interest at heart or will conduct an objective investigation free of preconceived notions or prejudices. Once accused of a sex offense, you can lose contact with your children and/or siblings. You may be ostracized by your friends and neighbors. You may be suspended from work without pay, or even lose the career you spent a lifetime developing. DO NOT go into the courthouse without a skilled attorney at your side to defend against sexual offense charges.
All statutorily defined sex offenses carry sentencing enhancers that require you to register as a sex offender, and also receive SOMB (Sex Offender Management Board) approved treatment. Some major felony crimes also carry the possibility of an indeterminate prison sentence, simplified as the possibility of spending the remainder of your life in prison.
The Harrell Law Firm, PLLC can stand with you against false allegations, or fight for a reduced sentence under the law if you are guilty of a sex offense. Sean P. Harrell has established long-term relationships with a solid network of professionals who can assist in developing your defense or mitigating against further damage when facing charges of unlawful sexual behavior.
Representative Matters include:
- Unlawful Sexual Contact
- Indecent Exposure
- Sexual Exploitation
- Sexual Assault