Sex Crime Lawyer in Vista
Fight Your Charges with a Former Police Officer: (619) 377-3722
Sex crime offenses are prosecuted heavily by the criminal justice system. Even a simple accusation that doesn’t end in a conviction can ruin one’s reputation. When you are facing charges or under investigation for a sex crime, talk to a criminal defense attorney at JD Law. Attorney James N. Dicks is a former police officer who is well-versed in how sex crimes are handled by prosecutors, as well as effective ways to challenge them.
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Sophisticated Defense for Sex Offenses
Our legal team has handled a broad range of sex-related offenses, from misdemeanors to serious felonies. Attorney James N. Dicks is a board certified criminal law expert who is always on the cutting-edge of the latest defense techniques. He prepares each case meticulously, combing through evidence and thinking outside of the box. He has the experience and the knowledge to craft a creative defense for clients facing any type of sex crime.
We can defend sex crimes including but not limited to:
- Child pornography (possession, manufacturing, distributing(
- Child molestation
- Sexual exploitation of a minor (trafficking, sending illicit materials, etc.)
- Failure to register
- Lewd conduct
- Sexual assault/battery
- Indecent exposure
Entrapment in Sex Crimes
In some cases, law enforcement may utilize entrapment to persuade a defendant into committing a sex crime. Such actions can include law enforcement baiting you into criminal activity or pressuring you to commit a crime. We can evaluate whether your rights were violated or whether entrapment was unlawfully used by law enforcement officials.
Representing North County & Beyond
Conveniently located across the North County Courthouse, we have represented clients from all across Vista. I've you have been arrested for a sex crime, we are ready to listen to your story.
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