Strong Defense Representation For Sex Offenses
Few things draw such visceral response and harsh penalties as sex crimes. A conviction may mean going to prison and being forever labeled as a sex offender. The mere allegation can ruin lives and reputations, resulting in the loss of jobs, friends and even family support.
Our criminal defense attorneys at Ryan Beasley Law believe in the presumption of innocence and the constitutional rights of the accused, no matter what the allegations. We provide a true defense for individuals charged with sex crimes in the Greenville area and Upstate counties, including youths charged as juvenile sex offenders.
A good defense matters with so much at stake.
Take action to protect your rights. Call us immediately at 864-326-5096 for a confidential consultation.
You Need An Experienced Sex Crime Defense Attorney
We practice in both state courts and federal courts in South Carolina. Our team has defended clients in all categories of sex crimes:
- Sexual assault and attempted rape
- Criminal sexual conduct (offenses involving children)
- Statutory rape
- Spousal sexual battery
- Child pornography
- Online solicitation (seeking sex with a minor)
- Prostitution crimes
- Lewd behavior (exposure, peeping tom, etc.)
|“Sexting” can lead to felony charges – such as sexual exploitation of a minor or distributing child pornography – if the subject or the recipient of such photos or videos is under the age of 18.|
A Proactive Approach To Sex Offenses
We have good relations with people at all levels of the criminal justice system. Whenever possible, we will try to speak to the prosecutor before an arrest or indictment. There may be opportunities for dismissal of the case or reduction of charges when we can present certain facts or your side of the story. We can also work to avoid publicity that can be damaging to your reputation and your legal case.
At every stage of the legal process, we will assert your rights and defenses. Our legal team has successfully challenged search warrants, victim testimony, physical evidence and other facets of sex crimes — in hearings, plea negotiations and at trial — to avoid convictions or mitigate the punishment.