Sex Crimes Attorney in Michigan

Perhaps more than any other Michigan criminal offense, the stigma and scrutiny that accompany allegations of sexual misconduct make it crucial to secure aggressive and experience attorneys to provide competent legal representation. A sex crime conviction is severe and carries significant repercussions including lengthy jail or prison time, steep fines, long probationary periods and possible registration as a sex offender. Each and every one of these repercussions could have a serious and lasting effect on your ability to find and maintain employment and secure and keep relationships. If you have been arrested for a Michigan sex crime, it is vital that you maintain your constitutional right to remain silent and contact one of the experienced and skilled attorneys at Goldman & Associates.


Our attorneys handle all sex crimes cases, including:

Often, one facing these types of crimes is the victim of false, misleading or mistaken allegations. And because of the sensitive nature of these crimes, many people assign guilt based upon the mere allegations alone. This is where Goldman & Associates’ attorneys can help. We will thoroughly review all of the facts, witness statements and evidence to find and reveal the flaws in the police and prosecutor’s case. We will pursue every possible defense to ensure that your good name is protected. Our attorneys have considerable experience successfully handling all types of sexual misconduct matters, and we are here to listen to you, even if no one else will. Contact one of our skilled attorneys today for your free, confidential consultation and start protecting your rights and building your defense.


What Are Sex Crimes?

Sex crimes are those forms of human sexual behavior that are crimes. Someone who commits one is said to be a sex offender. While some are crimes of violence that involve sex, others are violations of social norms, such as incest, and indecent exposure. Sex crime laws can vary greatly by jurisdiction.

Michigan Sex Crime Law Facts

In Michigan, sex crimes refer to a group of very serious acts that includes rape, statutory rape, and child molestation. They are categorized into four degrees: first degree CSC, second degree CSC, third degree CSC, and fourth degree CSC. All are considered felonies for sentencing purposes, but the degree of the crime determines sentencing and the length of time that one must remain on the Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry.