Man holding barsThis is the first post in our series on handling of sexual assault charges in Little Rock, Arkansas. The goal of our coming articles is to provide information which will help you understand the impact of being charged with sexual assault. It is our hope that you will recognize the implications of such an offense and what a conviction can mean for your future. Further, it is imperative that you have a firm grasp of the process involved in these matters and what your next course of action should be. Contact our office today to speak with a lawyer if you require assistance.

We will be addressing several topics over the coming articles. Issues which we will analyze include:

  • Understanding the penalties for sexual assault
  • Defending yourself against false accusations
  • Search and seizure issues in sexual assault cases
  • Attending trial in these matters
  • Serving probation or parole after a conviction

These are important topics for residents of our community to understand. First, it is important for those charged with sexual assault to recognize that there are strict penalties associated with a conviction. Second, since not all allegations of sexual assault are valid, defendants must know how to defend against these accusations. Third, it is important to understand the difference between a lawful search and seizure and an unlawful one. The latter can result in the dismissal of criminal charges. Fourth, defendants should be aware of what they can expect should they have to stand trial for sexual assault. Lastly, in the event that one is convicted for this offense, there are several requirements that individuals must follow if placed on probation or parole.

If you have been charged with a crime involving sexual assault then it is imperative that you contact an attorney immediately. These offenses are very serious and can result in lengthy prison sentences and the deprivation of many freedoms upon release from incarceration. Furthermore, being convicted of such a charge can have a detrimental effect on how you will be viewed by other members of your community. Retaining experienced counsel can ensure that your rights will be protected throughout the process.

If you would like to discuss your options or the best way to proceed then contact our office. Our Little Rock lawyers are ready to assist you. We also handle matters in Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff and throughout the rest of the state.