Sex Crime Lawyer in Vista
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 Vista criminal defense attorney at jD LAW, P.C. 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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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
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.
Conveniently located across the North County Courthouse, we have represented clients from all across Vista. If you have been arrested for a sex crime, we are ready to listen to your story.
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