Sex Crimes

Rochester Sex Crime Lawyer

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Due to the sensitive nature of sexual offenses, anyone who has been accused could be facing immediate repercussions. Even without criminal conviction, an individual could experience difficulty keeping a job, pursuing a new career, or staying involved in the life of his or her young children. It is crucial that you retain the counsel of an experienced and effective Rochester criminal defense attorney for your case as soon as possible!

Do not think that you have to face this legal battle on your own. 
Choose Christopher K. Rodeman Attorney at Law today.

  • Former experience as a prosecutor
  • Free case consultations and payment plans
  • Proven record of results (in court and out)
  • Aggressive defense strategies and results-based counsel

Contact our Rochester sex crime attorney to start discussing your case.

Personalized Legal Defense for Serious Criminal Charges in New York

Personalized Legal Defense for Serious Criminal Charges in New York

Sex crimes are prosecuted very heavily in the state of New York, and penalties can be severe. When your rights, freedoms, and interests are on the line, call my firm! No matter how complex your case may seem, I am not afraid to challenge evidence that may be used against you. I will always personalize a defense unique to your case.

If you are facing any of the following charges, contact my firm today.

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual abuse
  • Forcible rape
  • Prostitution
  • Indecent exposure
  • Child-related sex crimes
  • Internet sex crimes

Criminal Conviction & the Sex Offender Registry

One of the most common penalties associated with sex crimes is mandatory registration as a sex offender. This registry is often served as a penalty alongside jail time, restitution, and court-mandated classes; however, this penalty does not go away after time served.

The sex offender registry is a lifelong commitment that requires you to register your name, age, height and weight, as well as other identifiers such as scars, tattoos, home address, and the nature of your offense, into a publicly-accessible database. This information is available to employers, family members, and neighbors.

Failure to comply could result in additional penalties.