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Sexual Offence Solicitor

Have you ever been accused of sexual offences? It’s a gut-wrenching feeling, to be honest. You feel angry and confused, wondering where it all went wrong. But it would be best if you didn’t wonder, not anymore, at least. Sexual offences are incredibly serious, and they can ruin your life. So the best thing to do is ensure you have the answers in your hands and get them to the authorities immediately.

We work with leaders in the digital forensics industry who specialize primarily in criminal investigations using a wide range of proven digital forensic skills, including cell phone forensics, computer forensics, and data analysis.

If necessary, we can also work with a private detective. In some cases, private investigators can uncover information and evidence that law enforcement officials may have missed and help solve the case.

This includes using open-source tools such as searching social networking sites.

We will fully analyse the evidence and provide you with an expert opinion on the strengths and weaknesses of your case. Upon direction, we can provide you with an enhanced service and prepare your defence from the start, making testimonies and gathering evidence to support your defence.

We have acted for a large number of clients in cases involving false allegations. Aware of the trauma such an allegation can cause you, we only make available teams of specialists to handle these.

cases managed by partners. We are trained to identify the key vulnerabilities in cases.

The government has committed to increasing conviction rates for sex offences and rape.

We’ve acted for and defended many falsely accused clients.

We know what it’s like to be accused of something you didn’t do, and we know how difficult it can be to prove your innocence. When you’re grappling with the weight of being accused of a crime, you didn’t commit but don’t have an explanation for, it’s easy to feel trapped.

At centralchamberslaw.com, every client deserves an attorney who will fight hard for them, and we work hard to ensure that happens.

Our attorneys have successfully defended clients against charges ranging from DUI-related offences to child abuse cases, and we’re confident that we can also help you.

We have defended many clients falsely accused of a sexual offence. We know that false accusations can be devastating and lead to lifelong consequences for our clients.

It is important to remember that the burden of proof lies with the accuser, not the accused. To help you understand what this means, we’ve provided an overview of the different types of cases we see in court and how we can help you if you are being charged with a sex offence.

First, let’s look at an example: A man has been accused of rape by a woman. The woman reported that she was attacked while walking home from work; however, it turns out that she was lying about being attacked. She had a history of making false reports to police and prosecutors—including multiple false reports against this same man—so it’s clear that she made up this story in order to get back at him for something else she feels he did wrong (such as cheating on her).

In this case, it would be reasonable for someone to believe that they were raped due to their previous false accusations against this man. Still, they were only looking to get revenge rather than protect themselves from harm.

If we can convince the police or CPS not to pursue you, we will discuss the possibility of dropping the case earlier. Police and CPS cannot pursue cases where there is no realistic prospect of a conviction or where it is not in the public interest to prosecute you. We are experts at reminding them of this fact and will challenge them to identify weak cases or where our client has good reason not to be prosecuted.

Suppose you are accused or arrested of a sexual crime, charged, placed on bail, or under investigation. In that case, we can act on your behalf, ensure your rights and interests are protected and help you achieve the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

Do you need a specialist solicitor who has experience dealing with sexual offences?

If so, we can help. At centralchamberslaw.com, we have a lot of experience in the legal field, and our team has helped clients like you get justice. We are dedicated to helping you understand what happened, how it happened, and how to move forward.

When it comes to sexual offences, there are many different types of offences that can occur: sexual assault (where someone touches another person without their consent), indecent assault (where someone touches another person’s body in a way that is intentionally sexual), harassment (verbal or non-verbal actions meant to intimidate someone), and more. Each of these types of offences carries different penalties depending on their severity.

Our team at centralchamberslaw.com has extensive experience working with clients who have been arrested for these crimes, helping them navigate the entire process from arrest through trial and beyond.

Why choose our sexual offence solicitors?

We believe that you earned the right to have the best, and that’s why we offer a free, no-obligation initial consultation with one of our experienced, dedicated sexual offence solicitors.

We’re here to help you navigate the complex legal process in a way that’s tailored to your unique needs, and we’ll always work with you to achieve a positive outcome.

Our solicitors have years of experience handling sexual offences involving rape, sexual assault, and indecent exposure. They will be able to explain the law in detail and answer any questions you might have about the potential outcomes of your case.

In addition to offering free advice from an experienced solicitor, we also guide how to prepare your case and support victims through court proceedings.


For a free, no-obligation, initial discussion to see if we might be able to help, please contact us today.

  • Have you been arrested?
  • Have you received a Notice of Criminal Charge?
  • Have you received a Caution Plus 3?
  • Are you going to court?