Experienced Sex Crimes Defense
At Hanlon Dunn Robertson, we represent individuals who have been charged with sex crimes in the state of New Jersey. An arrest for a sex crime can create a social stigma that may significantly impact your life.
A conviction for a sex crime could have you facing fines, penalties and jail time, in addition to future difficulties in finding employment, housing, and educational opportunities when you have to register as a convicted sex offender. We defend against federal and state sex crime charges, including:
- Sexual assault
- Rape and statutory rape
- Sexual contact with a minor
- Violent sexual offenses
- Sex trafficking and internet solicitation
- Child pornography
Our experienced criminal defense attorneys are dedicated to the aggressive representation of our clients in cases involving sex crimes. We will defend your rights and best interests, and will present you with an honest assessment of your options and your chances for success.
Megan’s Law Representation
When individuals convicted of a sex crime do not register as a sex offender or do not register properly, they may face additional criminal penalties. Megan’s Law initially started in New Jersey, so the criminal defense lawyers at Hanlon Dunn Robertson have a great deal of experience with these cases. We always defend our clients’ rights under Megan’s Law. We also successfully represent clients in Tier Review hearings.
A Skilled And Knowledgeable Criminal Defense Team
Our criminal defense team includes a former prosecutor, several experienced trial lawyers and a certified criminal trial attorney. We are ready to provide a strong defense on your behalf. We are steadfast in our belief that every person accused of a crime has a right to a zealous defense, and that is exactly what we provide.
Contact Our Firm To Fight Sex Crime Charges
If you have been charged with a sex crime in the state of New Jersey, you need an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney on your side. Contact us at the law firm of Hanlon Dunn Robertson so that we can defend your rights. Call 973-756-2927 to schedule a free initial consultation or by the use of our contact form.