Sexual Assault

A person commits a felony of the second degree when that person engages in sexual intercourse or deviate sexual intercourse with a complainant without the complainant’s consent

If you have been charged with a sexual offense, you will be fighting against several key factors. The criminal charges themselves are serious and you may be facing a lengthy prison sentence of up to 20 years in prison. When an individual is charged with Sexual Assault he is also typically charged with Rape and Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse both graded as Felonies on the first degree. Kelly Law as sexual assault attorney’s handle the following

Sex crimes depend largely on the physical evidence available to the parties. It is crucial to involve a criminal defense attorney early on in your case in order to collect and preserve all of the evidence. Everything from text messages, phone calls, eye witnesses, videos and key statements from witnesses can help us build a strong defense for you. We will personally subpoena and interview those individuals or entities who have information about your situation, and aggressively and zealously do everything in our power to represent you.

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From offices in West Chester, our lawyers represent clients in criminal justice matters in Chester County and Delaware County, as well as state and federal court jurisdictions throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Call us toll free at 800-648-9946 or contact our offices by email to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced West Chester Internet sex crimes attorney anytime, day or night.

Are You Under Investigation For A Sex Offense?

We cannot put this more clearly – DO NOT answer any questions or allow the police or investigators to search your home or computer without a specific warrant. As soon as possible, get an experienced attorney from The Kelly Law Firm on your side. We will begin protecting your rights immediately.

As a former prosecutor Evan Kelly knows how prosecutors build their cases in state and federal courts and how to best craft a defense