San Jose Criminal Defense: Child Molestation Allegations

San Jose and Palo Alto child molestation allegations Attorneys Serving Cupertino, Los Gatos, Mountain View, Redwood City, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Saratoga & Sunnyvale

CHILD-SEX/CHILD MOLESTING CASES

As difficult as it may be for someone to be accused, we have years of experience in getting acceptable results for our clients in this situation.

Charged crimes in this area can be quite serious with significant state prison exposure. Attorneys not experienced in this field can unwittingly increase the degree of that exposure. For instance, in many situations, each act complained of, and for which the individual suffers conviction, could lead to full, separate and consecutive state prison sentences, lifetime registration as a sex offender, and other sanctions. However, the prosecution may not charge many of the acts complained of by the "victim." Unwitting exposure to these uncharged, but lurking, allegations could prove extremely damaging.

Our experience in these matters gives us the ability to provide knowledgeable counsel and recommendations as to when to proceed in spite of this additional risk, and when to take advantage of the prosecution's failure to charge all allegations.

Also, we are aware that angry divorces often lead to these kinds of allegations. We have experience in dealing with that. The fact that one spouse charges the other with child molesting during these kinds of divorces although not normal, is still not unusual. We work closely with family law attorneys to provide the best representation in these cases.

Our San Jose Criminal Defense law firm serves all of Northern California and the Bay Area with particular emphasis in child molestation defense for Cupertino, Los Gatos, Mountain View, Redwood City, Saratoga, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and Alameda County.

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