Child Molestation Defense
We Can Review Your Charges at No Cost: (951) 682-5110
No criminal allegation requires a more aggressive legal response than child
molestation or child sex abuse. Recent action by the California legislature
has made punishment for a forcible act with a child under age 10 punishable
by 25 years to life in prison—more than for second-degree murder.
Even an allegation of child molestation (Penal Code section 288) or sexual abuse of a child (269) can permanently ruin your reputation,
cost you your job, and damage your relationships. If convicted, you may
not only serve a long prison term; the state of California may continue
to punish you even after your release. Under the Megan's law sex offender
registration statute (290), you may be required to register as a sex offender
for the rest of your life.
no-charge consultation of your charges.
Cutting-Edge Child Sex Crimes Defense
Blumenthal Law Offices, our lawyers have successfully defended hundreds of clients charged with
sex crimes involving minors.
We know that our clients are often the victims of false allegations:
- Children are easily influenced by parents, teachers, social workers, police
investigators, and others. They may make false statements merely to please
- Teachers, day care providers, social workers, and others are required to
report any allegation of child sexual molestation—even if they do
not believe the allegations.
- During an argument or divorce proceedings, an angry spouse may make allegations
of child abuse in order to retaliate against you.
- Police may arrange for alleged victims to call you and attempt to get you
to admit to criminal behavior. They tape the calls and use them as evidence
Even if you have not been formerly charged with a child molestation crime
but believe you may be in the future, do not talk with the authorities
without legal representation. Contact an attorney at Blumenthal Law Offices
as soon as possible. We offer a no-charge consultation to review your
case and advise you of your rights and options.
Before Talking to Police, Call Our Riverside Criminal Lawyers
If someone has made accusations against you, the police may ask to meet
with you to discuss these allegations. Whether in or out of custody, you
do not have to make any statements or answer any questions without the
presence of an attorney. Some people feel the need to explain themselves
to authorities. They may not realize how their words can be twisted and
used against them at trial.
Our attorneys will stand by you, protect your rights, and aggressively defend you against
all state and federal charges. We know how to find the holes in the prosecution's
case and how to protect your rights. Don't delay. Please contact our
law offices today for a no-charge consultation.
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