Everyone accused of a crime experiences great anxiety and depression, but persons accused of sex crimes may feel the worst. Not only do they face significant prison sentences if convicted, but once out of prison, they must register as a sex offender. People in their neighborhood are informed of their conviction. Any person with Internet access can find out about the conviction. Placement on the Sex Offender Registry can impact where a person can live and work as well.
Defending Against A Full Array Of Sexual Offenses
At Timothy J. Quick, P.C. in Tidewater and Hampton Roads, VA, we defend people charged with the full array of sexual offenses, which include:
- Rape, spousal rape, statutory rape
- Aggravated sexual battery
- Indecent exposure or public indecency
- Solicitation and prostitution
- Indecent liberties
- Internet sex crimes and child pornography
You Need The Strongest Defense Possible
Attorney Timothy J. Quick has a background as a prosecutor for the Commonwealth of Virginia in Virginia Beach. He is skilled in challenging forensic evidence and the testimony by witnesses, sorting through the known information to present the strongest defense possible.
Our method at Timothy J. Quick, P.C., is to be respectful and sympathetic with clients, but aggressive in protecting their freedoms.
Providing Post-Conviction Relief For Offenders
Sex offenders are sometimes civilly committed to facilities even after serving full prison sentences. The firm of Timothy J. Quick, P.C., is available to help address these and other injustices. In our practice, we oppose SVP petitions. We also provide representation for people against accusations of failure to register.
Charged with a sexual offense on the Eastern Shore? Call lawyer Timothy J. Quick in Hampton Roads or Tidewater at 757-453-7674 today.