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Aspatore legal title Strategies for Defending Sex Crimes provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on best practices for representing clients accused of sex crimes.
Is there a more heinous crime, a more insidious attack on our collective conscience, than the molestation of a child? A more egregious offense than using the Internet to promote the abuse of society's most vulnerable members? Most agree that persons charged with a sex crime should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law – a law founded in justice, but unavoidably tinged with a predisposition toward guilt. The stakes are high for anyone charged with a sex offense. Not only are the accused branded in their communities as sex offenders, but they are often similarly stigmatized in the media and face an uphill battle in overcoming juror bias, political realities of involved parties, and the very real potential of strict mandatory sentences if found guilty.
The authors of Strategies for Defending Sex Crimes address these and other issues and, appreciating the severity of the offense charged, reveal their strategies for best representing their clients to ensure that justice promised is justice delivered.