Sex Crimes – Criminal Sexual Conduct

Sex offenses are among the most despised crimes in Michigan. If you have been accused of a sex offense, you may face an uphill battle because of the strong stigma attached to these crimes. This, however, does not mean you do not have any options or rights.

At Gormley and Johnson Law Offices, PLC, we fight to ensure our clients' rights are protected. We force prosecutors to meet the burden of proving a defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and providing fair treatment under the law. As a former assistant prosecutor, attorney Christopher S. Johnson has extensive courtroom experience, and he understands how prosecutors build criminal cases. This insider's perspective will be to your advantage as we aim to build a strong defense for you.

Contact our law offices in Fowlerville and Howell today for a free criminal defense consultation. Call 517-219-9301.

Fighting For Your Future

If you face any of the following charges, or an investigation linked to a sex crime, talk to a reputable attorney before speaking to the police or anyone else:

  • Assault with intent to commit sexual contact/penetration
  • Criminal sexual conduct
  • Prostitution or solicitation
  • Sexual abuse involving minors
  • Distributing or possessing illegal pornography
  • Indecent exposure or 'statutory rape'

It is important that you remember the police are not on your side. Anything you say can be used against you. We will help ensure that you understand your rights and options. The early involvement of a skilled attorney can significantly affect the outcome of serious criminal cases.

The Michigan Sex Offender Registry

If you are convicted of a sex offense, you will face significant consequences, likely including jail time and fines. Michigan and other states also have sex offender registry requirements where certain convicts must register and regularly update their listing on a public sex offender website.

Some sex crimes require sex offender registration and some do not. A conviction for an offense requiring sex offender registry could subject a person to employment disqualification or termination, limited housing, ridicule or harassment as well as quarterly registration requirements that can last for a lifetime. We will work hard to prevent you from facing this consequence if at all possible.

Talk To A Criminal Defense Attorney As Soon As Possible

If you are facing a criminal charge or investigation for a sex offense, you need to talk to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. It is important that you understand your rights and options before making decisions or providing statements that will affect your defense. Call Gormley and Johnson Law Offices, PLC, now at 517-219-9301 or send us an email to request a free, no-obligation criminal defense consultation. We have offices in Howell and Fowlerville.