New Jersey Campus Sex Crime & Sexual Assault Defense
College students charged with a sex crime such as date rape or sexual assault face serious penalties that could affect their lives forever. Consequences may include jail or prison time, parole supervision for life, and loss of certain civil liberties such a freedom to choose where to live, to take certain jobs, or to have child custody. Additionally, if convicted, the individual may be required to register on the New Jersey Internet Sex Offender Registry. Clearly, the consequences can be harsh and long-lasting. This is why it is important to seek the prompt assistance of an experienced sex crime defense attorney.
If your child has been accused of a crime it is important that neither you or your children answer questions, make statements or consent to searches by law enforcement.
Call 732-247-3340 today for a
free 30 minute consultation.
At Jack Venturi Law, we defend college students in Middlesex County, Union County, Mercer County, Monmouth County and Somerset County, and throughout the state of New Jersey. To schedule a free consultation with a New Jersey campus sex crimes defense lawyer from our firm, please contact us online today. We will discuss a defense strategy that keeps your current and long-term goals in mind.
Defense of Campus Sex Crimes
Our law firm aggressively defends college students and other individuals who have been charged with the following sex crimes:
- Sexual assault
- Date rape
- Sexual abuse
- Possession of child pornography
- Indecent exposure
- Lewd conduct
- Invasion of privacy
We have seen campus sex crime cases involving videotaping or webcam use to record a sexual encounter. But what may have started out as a consensual agreement between two parties may turn into a crime when parties have a falling out and content is distributed. We defend individuals who are accused of privacy violations, possession or distribution of child pornography, and related crimes.
College students who are convicted of a sex crime may face additional educational consequences such as denied admittance into certain educational programs, loss of scholarships and even expulsion. It is important to work with a lawyer who understands not only the potential criminal consequences associated with a conviction, but also the educational ones.
Contact Our New Brunswick Office Today
To speak to an attorney about your legal options if you have been charged with a campus sex crime, please contact us online or call 732-247-3340.
We serve clients in Essex County, Mercer County, Somerset Country, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Ocean county and Union County.
Free initial consultation
All major credit cards accepted
Weekend and evening appointments available