Malden Sex Crimes
Just 15 minutes from downtown Boston, Malden is a suburb of about 60,000 people. Like many Massachusetts municipalities, it has a long history dating back to colonial times, with traces of that history present today in the names of squares, streets and other public institutions. Because of its location near employment centers in Boston and its near suburbs, and its position on the Orange Line, Malden has attracted a diverse middle-class community, with about a quarter of the city’s households containing children. Malden is home to the Malden District Court, which serves city residents and residents of Everett, Melrose and Wakefield who are accused of less serious crimes such as prostitution. The most serious felonies, including date rape and creating child pornography are heard at the Woburn Superior Court.
Vigorous Defense Against Sex Crimes Charges
Sex crimes are no laughing matter in Massachusetts. If you’re convicted of a sex crime, you could be sentenced to many years in prison, steep fines and potentially, financial restitution. You can also face civil penalties, such as being required to register as a sex offender and all of the accompanying restrictions on your freedom. If you have a job working with children, in law enforcement or another sensitive field, you may lose your job or face professional discipline after conviction as a sex offender, even if the charge isn’t related to work. And sex offenses can hurt defendants in the most personal ways possible, by straining their marriages and destroying their good name in the community.
If you’re facing these kinds of serious consequences, you should call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman for help. Based in downtown Boston, we represent clients throughout eastern Massachusetts who are charged with rape, sexual assault or another serious sex crime. Even if you think there’s no defense to your case, you should never plead guilty before talking to us. Police officers make mistakes at work just like everyone else, including assumptions and decisions based on prejudice or stereotyping instead of the evidence. We help clients build a case that can show prosecutors and juries what really happened, using physical evidence, circumstantial evidence and expert witness testimony whenever relevant. If the case is strong enough early on, we may be able to negotiate with prosecutors to drop the charges, saving you the expense, stress and publicity of a trial in open court.
Malden Sex Crimes Law Firm
Since 1990, the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman has represented people throughout Massachusetts who are facing serious criminal charges of all kinds, including sex crimes. In that time, we’ve been able to win positive outcomes for many people accused of serious sex crimes, whether than means a not guilty verdict, a quiet settlement or an end to the charges before trial. If you’re charged with a sex crime in Massachusetts, you should talk to us before you decide to plead guilty. We offer free initial telephone consultations, so you can tell us about your case and get an experienced attorney’s opinion at no further obligation. To learn more, please send us an email or call our downtown Boston offices today at (617) 263-6800.