Sex Offenses

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  • State v. JD Not Guilty of Predatory Sexual Assault of Child
  • State v. L.Q. Not Guilty
  • State v. M.L. Acquittal
  • State v. D.B. Case Dismissed
  • State v. M.K. No Charges Filed
  • State v. S.P. No Charges Filed
  • State v. T.F. No Charges Filed
  • Sex Crimes State v. ZS
  • Sex Crimes State v. JS
  • State Vs. S.S. Charges Dismissed

Central Illinois Sex Crime Lawyers

Prepare Your Defense with a Trusted Legal Advocate

Sex offenses are serious allegations that can tarnish your reputation before the legal proceedings even begin. If you have been accused of one of these crimes, you are likely already experiencing some of the fallout. The good news is that you are not helpless in this situation. Your job now is to work with someone who is committed to protecting your rights, reputation, and best interests.

At Johnson Law Group, our trusted sex crime defense attorneys in Central Illinois work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for these sensitive cases. Our firm brings together 100 years of combined experience, and our lawyers work as a team so that clients gain the full benefit of that knowledge. Several members of our team are former prosecutors who understand how these cases are built from the other side.

You can tell us more about your situation during a free initial consultation. Contact us today by calling (309) 565-8825.

Challenging the Evidence

Illinois does not take sex offenses lightly. Due to the serious nature of the charges, they are investigated thoroughly. This also means that substantial evidence needs to be gathered to prove the offense occurred. You and your attorney will need to carefully review the evidence and find the weak points that can be challenged.

Defending yourself from a sex offense charge may involve:

  • Challenging false witness testimony
  • Verifying forensic and DNA testing
  • Challenging the prosecution for creating misleading witness interviews
  • Examining the possibility of mistaken identity
  • Ensuring racial, economic, or political bias did not play a role in the arrest

Consequences of a Sex Crime Conviction

Sex crimes can include molestation, prostitution, sexual assault, rape, illegal pornography, and more. In addition to fines and a prison sentence, Illinois requires convicted defendants to register as sex offenders for at least 10 years following their release from prison or probation. Many consider this to be the most serious penalty due to the limitations it places on your employment and housing opportunities.

Our dedicated sex crime lawyers in Central Illinois keep clients off of this registry whenever possible. Even in situations where a defendant has committed a crime, it may be possible to declassify the charge as a sex offense. Protecting our clients' futures is our priority, and we work closely with them to secure the best possible outcome.

Schedule your free consultation at Johnson Law Group today. Call (309) 565-8825 to get started.

Why Choose JLG?

The Team You Call When You Want to Win
  • Over 100 Years of Combined Experience in Criminal Law
  • Four Convenient Office Locations Throughout Central Illinois
  • Highly Recognized & Award Winning Attorneys
  • Passionate Representation In & Out of the Courtroom
  • Customized & Results-Driven Strategies
  • Genuine Care for Our Clients' Legal Rights & Futures

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