Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyers in Simpsonville, South Carolina
While just over 23,000 residents call our city home, making it a relatively small town by South Carolina standards, each person in our community deserves access to experienced Simpsonville criminal defense attorney representation when they are being investigated, arrested, or charged with a crime.
At the David W. Martin Law Group, our Greenville County defense lawyers believe everyone has the right to be deemed innocent until proven guilty, which is why we provide free criminal defense consultations for all, so our residents know exactly what they are up against before their initial court hearing.
David W. Martin Law Group Criminal Defense Attorney
At the David W. Martin Law Group in Simpsonville, South Carolina, our criminal defense lawyers are passionate about pursuing the best outcome for each of our clients, no matter what legal troubles they face.
We represent clients who have been investigated, arrested, or charged with:
- Sex Crimes
- Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor
- Assault & Battery
- Domestic Violence
- Possession of a Stolen Vehicle
- Drug Crimes
- Traffic Violations
- Gun Crimes
- Murder/Attempted Murder
Do not leave your criminal charges to chance, even if this is your first offense. Contact our experienced criminal defense lawyer in Simpsonville at (803) 548-2468 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case today.
Skilled Sex Crimes Defense Attorneys in Simpsonville, South Carolina
It is the job of law enforcement officials – and the Simpsonville solicitor’s office – to investigate all allegations of criminal sexual conduct that is reported in South Carolina, whether it involves an adult or a minor.
All sex crimes charges are very serious and must be defended by an experienced attorney in Simpsonville to ensure the accused’s rights are protected throughout the investigation.
Unfortunately, individuals can be accused of a sex crime, including rape, molestation, sexual assault, and other charges without the alleged victim providing concrete proof that a crime occurred.
Because of the highly charged nature of these accusations, the mere rumor that you are being investigated for a sex crime can ruin your current standing in the community and later devastate your personal and professional reputation.
If you have been charged with a sex crime in Simpsonville, South Carolina, you are going to need a defense attorney who will aggressively fight for your freedom and your character.
At the David W. Martin Law Group, our criminal defense lawyers know that a sex crime allegation can cost you your job, your personal relationships, and your ability to walk through your neighborhood without being judged.
Our criminal defense attorney in Simpsonville, South Carolina will protect your rights throughout the legal process, so you are not found guilty in the court of public opinion before you have had the opportunity to defend yourself inside an actual courtroom.
Sex crime allegations will not go away on their own. We can help you face them directly, so we can help pursue the best legal outcomes available for your unique case.
I Have Been Accused of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor. How Can the David W. Martin Law Group Help Defend My Case?
If you are being investigated – or have already been arrested or charged – with criminal sexual conduct (CSC) with a minor, our criminal defense lawyers in Simpsonville, South Carolina will review your case and the degree of the allegations, which can include:
- CSC with a minor in the third-degree include those accused of committing or attempting to commit a lewd or lascivious act of a minor under sixteen years of age
- CSC with a minor in the second-degree include those accused of engaging in sexual battery with a victim who older than 11, but 14 or younger OR with a victim who older than 14, but 16 or younger, and the accused is in a position of custodial, familial, or official authority
- CSC with a minor in the first-degree include those accused of engaging in a sexual battery with a victim who is less than eleven years of age or with a victim who is less than sixteen years of age when the accused has been required to register as a sex offender
Each of these charges carries very serious consequences when convicted, including up to ten years through 25 years to life in prison, depending on the degree of the charges that person is convicted of.
These charges are never a misdemeanor. Criminal Sexual Conduct is always a felony. That is why you must partner with an experienced criminal defense attorney, even if you are only under investigation for one of these crimes.
Our David W. Martin Law Group sex crimes against a minor defense attorney in Simpsonville, South Carolina also represent clients who have been investigated, arrested, or charged with:
- Criminal solicitation of a minor
- Sexual battery with a student
- Lewd acts
- Contact offenses with children under 16
- Sexual exploitation
- Communicating with a minor under 18 for the purpose of enticing the minor to participate in sexual activity
- Penetration offenses with children under 16
- Sexual performance
- Producing a visual representation of a minor engaging in sexual activity
- Employing or inducing a minor under 18 to engage in a sexual performance.
Never leave a sex crime allegation to chance, even if you are one hundred percent innocent of the charges. Innocent people need defense attorneys too, otherwise they run the risk of being steamrolled by the solicitor’s office, which can leave their freedom in the hands of the person making the allegation.
Contact our criminal defense lawyer in Simpsonville today at (803) 548-2468 to discuss your sex crime allegations, so we can begin building your defense quickly and effectively, so you can tell your side of the story.
South Carolina Requires Convicted Sex Offenders to Register with the State
Sex crime convictions in South Carolina require sex offender registration.
That means your name and sex crime information will appear on the State Law Enforcement Division website that identifies all registered sex offenders in the state.
That means, going forward, your conviction may be viewed by anyone with an internet connection for life.
Not only will your conviction possibly require you to give up your freedom, but you will never be able to escape the bias and prejudice that comes with registering as a sex offender.
Sex crimes convictions can keep you from getting a job, or keeping the one you have, and jeopardize your personal relationships going forward, in ways that you may not realize until a leasing agent, human resources director, or loan agency provides you with a rejection letter because of your status.
At the David W. Martin Law Group, our law firm wants you to get ahead of your sex crime investigation, arrest, or charges by speaking with our Simpsonville criminal defense attorney today to learn the extent of the allegations brought against you, so you can learn what evidence or statements the solicitor’s office plans to present as evidence, so we can start building your defense now.
Contact us today by calling (803) 548-2468 to schedule a consultation with our criminal defense lawyer in Simpsonville, so you are not left fighting these accusations on your own. It could mean the difference between a conviction and an acquittal.