FAQs about Sexual Offences
But why do I need a solicitor if I haven’t done anything wrong?
What if I have been falsely accused?
I have been ‘Released under Investigation’, what does this mean?
What does ‘historic sexual offences’ mean?
What if the accused is now at an elderly age?
What does ‘possession’ of indecent images mean?
What are ‘prohibited’ images?
Will telephone and social media evidence be relevant?
What does consent mean in sex offences?
Have you been arrested? Contact us now to safeguard your future.
Solicitors who are discreet
Anyone accused of a sexual offence can face irreparable reputational damage.
At Lawtons, we have vast experience with these potentially life-changing cases, and our priority is to obtain the best possible outcome. Contact us on 0333 577 0522 for guidance on how the case and court proceedings will work.
Punishments depends upon the severity of the offence, in accordance with the Sexual Offences Act 2003. We will advise you on what to expect.
We can represent you in cases including:
- Sexual assault and rape
- Indecent assault
- Historic sexual abuse
- Child abuse
- Indecent image offences
- ‘Revenge porn’
- Malicious communication
- Issues relating to the Sex Offenders’ Register