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Sex Offenses

Have you been charged with a sex crime? Right now, you are probably feeling as if you can’t possibly get out from under this legal problem. You are facing jail time, sex offender registration and the loss of respect in front of family members, friends and co-workers. I am criminal defense attorney John Garey.

* Foreign language interpreters are available

* Free initial consultation about your sex crimes defense case

At the Law Office of John R. Garey, I believe that everyone is entitled to receive zealous representation. People make mistakes, sometimes very bad mistakes. I also know that sometimes people are charged for a sex crime unfairly. I don’t prejudge. As a former prosecutor for 15 years, I have seen too many people get bogged down by a confusing system that leaves them feeling as if they will never recover from the ruined future that sex offenders face. Since opening up my criminal defense law firm in 2003, I have focused only on helping people get the best possible outcome for their charges.

I know how prosecutors in Kent County and Sussex County will prepare their sex crimes case against you. I have earned respect at the Attorney Generalbs office and among judges for my commitment to helping good people avoid the worst punishments that can result from a sex crime.

It’s your future and it’s worth fighting to protect. Put your sex crimes case into the hands of someone who truly understands how to fight hard for you. Contact me right away regarding:

  • Sexual assault
  • Rape
  • Statutory rape, sex with a minor
  • Lewdness, indecent exposure
  • Prostitution, solicitation
  • Internet child pornography
  • Cyberstalking
  • Domestic assault

Don’t wait to talk to an attorney

Sex crimes are often filed after the police and prosecutors have had a chance to investigate the case. This puts your defense attorney at an immediate disadvantage because of the head start the DA’s office had in preparing evidence for their case, even before making charges. Contact me as soon as possible after being charged or if you are under investigation for charges.