Springfield Sex Crimes Attorney
Being charged with a crime of a sexual nature can be extremely stressful. Your rights and freedom are threatened and you need to get the advise and support of a trusted sex crime defense attorney right away.
Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law is an experienced and aggressive sex crime defense attorney who will thoroughly assess the evidence and the charges in your unique situation and will stand by you throughout the sometimes confusing legal process.
Sex crimes often come with the threat of severe sentenes and huge impact on your life. When you are faced with the potential loss of your freedom and livelihood, it is essential that you find a dedicated and tenacious attorney who can fight for you.
Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law has the experience, commitment and focus to battle for the best possible outcome for you.
Call Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law at (703) 810-3571 for a Free Consultation!
Skilled Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer
Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law has vast experience in sex crimes defense, and that experience is crucial in determining the specific details of your case that can make the difference for you. While attorneys cannot make any guarantee of the outcome of any case for any client, we are committed to putting the full weight of our experience and resources behind fighting for the best possible resolution to your case. Whether it’s having the charges dropped or reduced, having you found not guilty, or mitigating the extent of your sentencing, we have the skill to put forth a comprehensive strategy for your defense.
Our Springfield attorney treats every case with the individual attention it requires. With your freedom, reputation and relationships at risk, Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law is on your side.
Among the types of sex crime cases that Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law handles are:
Several laws prohibit sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment can be broadly defined in two ways. The first is any unwanted sexual advance, especially if that advance includes any coercion such as threatening a person’s employment status or chances for advancement. The second is creating a hostile work environment, such as making untoward comments and jokes that make others uncomfortable in the workplace.
Sexual harassment charges can be complex, so you need a trusted criminal defense attorney to assess your situation and the circumstances surrounding the charge against you, and to develop a comprehensive plan for your defense.
Domestic violence is a category of crimes, rather than an individual charge. It can include crimes such as stalking, sexual assault, and rape, but also can include crimes like battery, spousal abuse, trespassing, and destruction of property. Some of these crimes are misdemeanors and some are felonies.
The common denominor for these crimes is that the accused and the alleged victim have or have previously had a domestic relationship. This could include spouses or ex-spouses, current or former live-in partners, parents, and even children.
Sexual Assault/ Sexual Battery
In Virginia, sexual assault is referred to as “Sexual Battery”. It is defined as “attempting to molest, arouse, or gratify” as person against their will. Generally this means unwelcome touching of intimate parts of the body, or of forcing a person to touch the perpetrators’ body parts with threats or intimidation.
A conviction for simple sexual battery in Virginia could net up to a year in prison and/or a fine of as much as $2,500.
Aggravated sexual battery is the same as simple sexual battery except that it is perpetrated on a person who is mentally or physically disabled in some way, a child under 13 years old, or a parent or grandparent. A person convicted of aggravated sexual battery faces a mandatory minimum sentence of a year in prison and the possibility of up to 20 years in prison.
The state of Virginia defines rape as any sexual intercourse that is against a person’s will, whether the person was forced physically to have intercourse or was forced by threat, intimidation or coertion through a threat to a third person. It also includes sexual intercourse with a person who is not in a position to give consent, such as a person who is mentally or physically incapacitateed, or is a child under the age of 13.
Punishment for a rape conviction in Virginia ranges from 5 years imprisonment to a life sentence depending on the circumstances.
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Our Virginia sex crimes defense attorney is committed to giving you the most comprehensive and aggressive defense possible. No matter how severe the penalties you may be facing are, we are determined to thoroughly assess all the details of your case and bring our experience and dedicated to developing a vigorous defense for you.
We will attempt to negotiate the best possible outcome for your case, but we are not afraid to go to court and battle to defend your rights and freedom. We will work hard to develop a defense plan that serves your unique circumstances.
Whether you need a someone to negotiate the a favorable deal or mount an aggressive defense in court, our Springfield sex crimes defense lawyer has the knowledge and experience to fight for you.
Call Kimberly Stover, Attorney at Law today at (703) 810-3571 for your Free Consultation!