Sex Crimes and Sexual Assault Defense

Massachusetts Sex Crimes and Sexual Assault Defense Lawyer

If you have been charged with sexual assault, or any sex crime in Massachusetts, you may be facing some of the most severe potential penalties the Massachusetts law allows. Many sex offenses carry with them the potential for lengthy jail sentences. Even more minor sex crimes carry requirements that if convicted a defendant must register as a sex offender long after any sentence is over.

Because sexual offenses are so universally shunned and reviled by society, a person's reputation and good name can often be ruined merely by the accusation of a sex offense regardless of whether or not that accusation is true.

Framingham criminal defense lawyer Daniel Cappetta is dedicated to fighting to clear the name of those wrongly accused of sex crimes and sexual assaults. As an experienced defense lawyer he understands that many false allegations of sexual assault occur, and he has the experience necessary to fight false allegations and clear his clients name.

Call Attorney Cappetta today if you have been charged with any of the following sex crimes:

Even if you did commit the crime you have been accused of, you need to be aware of your rights, and need a dedicated advocate who will fight hard for you and protect your future. Accusations of sexual assault can be humiliating and lead to a feeling of being an outcast if close friends and family shy away from association with you as a result of the accusations. Do not face these accusations alone. Don't let anything come between you and the best defense possible. Attorney Cappetta will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected throughout your entire case.

Massachusetts Juvenile Sex Crime Lawyer

As a parent, having your child accused of a sex crime can be even more devastating than being charged yourself. As laws against sex offenders have become more and more aggressive so have the potential penalties that a juvenile can receive for sex crimes. Some juveniles are now indicted as youthful offenders and can be sentenced to adult jail as a result of a juvenile case. Also, a juvenile convicted of a sex offense can be required to register as a sex offender long after they have completed any punishment the court demands.

Police often use a parent's instinct to hold their children accountable and demand honesty from their children to get that child to incriminate themselves in a police interview. If the police suspect your child in any kind of sex crime, do not allow them to talk to the police without consulting with an attorney who has experience defending children from accusations of sex offenses.

Attorney Cappetta dedicates a large portion of his practice to defending juveniles in Massachusetts Juvenile Courts, and is well versed in the differences in law and practice for juveniles. If you child has been accused of a sex crime, call Attorney Cappetta immediately for a free consultation.