Sex offense charges come not only with criminal and civil penalties, but also an underlying sexual stigma. We understand the embarrassment and shame that can immediately result from the filing of these charges. At The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates, we don’t judge you – we realize that people make mistakes, that actions are sometimes misinterpreted and that sometimes there are ulterior motives for the pressing of charges.
Our goals are to protect your privacy, confidentiality and rights while mounting an aggressive defense on your behalf. At The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates, we’ve handled hundreds of sex offense charges, on both sides of the aisle. The result of our years of experience and commitment to dedicated defense? Hundreds of charges dropped, hundreds more reduced or mitigated and many acquitted at trial.
We have helped people from all walks of life. Ranging from seemingly innocuous at-home violators to the CEOs/executives of huge national corporations and sports celebrities, who are concerned with keeping their high-profile names out of the spotlight. Regardless of your economic, financial or family situation, we will handle your case with discretion, in a confidential manner that protects your privacy to every extent available under the law.
We can help if you have been accused of:
– Child molestation
– Possession or distribution of child pornography
– Indecent exposure
– Prostitution/hiring/soliciting a prostitute
– Rape/date rape
– Sexual assault
– Peeping tom offenses
We know that false accusations of sex crimes are all-too-common, and we are skilled at coming up with creative legal strategies, and in following through with effective legal tactics to achieve our clients’ goals.
Additionally, at The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates, with our 27 years of criminal experience, we can immediately spot violations of police procedure. Often procedural violations can quickly lead to a dismissal of charges or to a plea bargain to significantly reduced charges that keeps you out of jail and keep your name out of the public eye.
We also use experts, including psychiatrists and sociologists, to explain why certain sex offenses occur. By contacting victims, agreeing to make amends to an alleged victim and by humanizing alleged violators to judges and juries, we are often successful at having charges reduced or dismissed.