By Edward Snook
Were You Unjustly Arrested for a Sex Crime?
Just like that, you’ve been swept up into the nightmare of being charged with a sex crime. Not only are you facing potential prison time, you will be paraded in front of your friends, family and neighbors by a media that only tells the public exactly what the government prosecutors and or police hand them. It is life-altering, especially if you are one of the many who are innocent of the crimes for which you are charged. If your charge is one of sex abuse, rape, or pedophilia, you are in a special kind of hell; absolutely no one thinks you are actually innocent. Your only hope is to get the public behind you by exposing them to the facts of your innocence. This is instrumental for a successful sex abuse defense. Once the lies that the police and/or prosecutors used to charge you – and publicly humiliate you – are dispelled, you are on the road to recovery.
Unfortunately, if you buy into the system and trust that a defense attorney alone can get a not guilty verdict in a sex abuse case, you will often find yourself convicted and ruined. A vast majority of Attorneys just aren’t capable of fighting the kind of battle it will take to win your case…
Sex Abuse 101
Sex crimes are one of the easiest cases for prosecutors to obtain a conviction. They often don’t need any DNA or even a secondary witness; they just rely on the accusation alone to get a conviction. Often, the accuser already knows this sad reality.
But what can a person do, knowing that Justice Department statistics show that 90-plus percent of all criminal cases in the United States end with guilty pleas or verdicts, to defend themselves against being wrongly convicted for a sex crime? Isn’t rushing to get an attorney what we’ve been conditioned to do?
Unfortunately, sex abuse conviction statistics show that defense attorneys lose more often when defending sex abuse crimes than they do with other criminal cases. This is a very grim reality for those who are facing many years or possibly life in prison if wrongfully convicted. And, prison is only the beginning – living a life in public as a registered sex offender is an unimaginable prospect, especially for one who is innocent of the crime.
“What they did in my son’s case was nothing short of a miracle.”
– US~Observer Client
According to Shawn Tucker, the father of a son whose freedom was almost lost to 16 false sex abuse related charges, the first thing you should do is call the US~Observer at 541-474-7885. “What they did in my son’s case was nothing short of a miracle,” Tucker said.
Another client, Jessica M., who herself faced life-altering false felony sex abuse charges maintains, “the US~Observer’s services were a fraction of a cost to attorneys I talked to, and their investigation and efforts are what got me totally vindicated.”
Why the US~Observer for sex abuse charges?
In short, we win. Don’t take our word for it, read the testimonials online at usobserver.com or call 541-474-7885 and get the contact information for previous clients whose cases were only won because of the US~Observer. We are effective because we prove our clients are innocent through a thorough investigation and we deliver that evidence to the right people, using proven methods, and it is highly effective.
Our investigative journalists expose the accuser’s motive or lack thereof; the absence of physical evidence; the fact that there is no eyewitness or that a supposed eyewitness is lying, inconsistent statements made by the accuser; the lack of DNA evidence; the circumstances of the accuser at the time of their accusation (closely related to motive); the accuser’s attempted relationship protection; financial gain by the accuser; the accuser’s attempt to protect their image by falsely accusing another, and more.
Time is most certainly of the essence when a person is arrested for or charged with a sex abuse crime. There are two major reasons why time is important. Often, crucial evidence is lost when a witness disappears or dies. Also, it is much easier and far less expensive to resolve a case before there is a conviction.
The US~Observer has seasoned sex abuse professionals who know exactly what it takes to win. While an individual may need an attorney in some instances, attempting to avoid the horrendous costs of hiring one in the first place is solid advice, especially in sex abuse criminal cases. Attorneys have Bar rules they must adhere to just as private investigators have many rules to follow because they are licensed. The US~Observer is not bound, or as I say, “strangled” by rules, which, by design, limit the ability to find and preserve the truth in many instances. Again, obtaining evidence and then delivering that evidence properly wins cases.
References Are Important
Again, go to usobserver.com and look at our vindicated clients. A good number of them were once wrongly arrested for a sex abuse crime and fortunately for them, they turned to an organization that gets results in defeating false sex abuse charges. These people were all found innocent, either by having their charge(s) dismissed or by acquittal. See what they say about our help.
Just know that there is an organization that cares about your innocence. It is the US~Observer. We help with sex abuse defense.
Editor’s Note: If you or a loved one are facing false sex abuse charges of any kind, pick up your phone and call 541-474-7885 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.