Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault
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If you have charged with Criminal Sexual Assault in Illinois, you could be facing 4 – 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections without the possibility of probation. Our law firm understands the serious damage that a Criminal Sexual Assault accusation can cause not only on yourself but your family. The label of sex offender severely limits your job opportunities, living arrangements and financial income potential.
It is critical that you have an experienced and aggressive defense lawyer on your side. As one of the top law firms in Central Illinois, our Criminal Defense Attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights and analyzing the evidence to determine the best possible defense to a Criminal Sexual Assault charge. You need an attorney who will fight against the allegations and work for the most favorable outcome possible.
If you do not know if you are charged with Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault or some other version of Statutory Rape, review the Sex Crimes Chart to analyze how you may be charged.
Our Springfield, Illinois, Criminal Defense Lawyers are experienced and trained in defending sex cases. We have a proven track record of getting charges dismissed or reduced because we are willing to fight for our clients all the way through the criminal process. Often times, prosecutors try to obtain DNA or Fingerprint Evidence to prove Criminal Sexual Assault charges. Our defense attorneys are understand DNA testing and Fingerprint Analysis and use their knowledge to help your defense.
Contact our Criminal Sexual Assault Defense Lawyers today at (217) 414-8889 for a free and confidential initial consultation to speak with our Sex Crimes Attorneys in Springfield, Illinois.
Noll Law Office Results:
People v. T. H. (2013) T.H. was charged with Home Invasion, Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault and Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse. He was alleged to have broken into a house and sexually assaulted a 10 year old girl. DNA was found. T.H. was facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 9 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections with a maximum penalty of 97 years. Our defense lawyers were able to negotiate a disposition that allowed T.H. to plead to the mandatory minium sentence of a lesser charge. He received 4 years in the Department of Corrections.