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DEFENDING SEXUAL ASSAULT CRIMES IN VIRGINIA

There are many different sexual assault laws in Virginia .  Violate any one of them and there is a distinct possibility that you or a loved one may go to jail.  Even a simple Virginia misdemeanor sexual assault violation can result in jail time.

However, just because a person is accused of a sex crime such as sexual assault in Virginia does not mean that they are guilty of the charge nor does it mean they are going to jail if they obtain the right type of defense.

However, a sex crime conviction in Virginia can result in severe penalties if the client is not defended properly.  Some of the most commonly charged sex crimes in Virginia are object sexual penetration, felony sexual assault, aggravated sexual battery & sexual battery.

If you are charged with a sex crime violation in Virginia , you need experienced sex crimes defense attorneys to defend you.  Keep in mind that the punishments for a sexual assault violation in Virginia can be very severe.

The SRIS Law Group has a history of defending clients charged with sex crimes in Virginia . Our former prosecutors & police officers have successfully defended clients charged with sex crimes in Virginia.

No honest lawyer can give you a guarantee as to the outcome of your case. However, experience counts when defending sex crimes.

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Virginia Sexual Assaultlaws Lawyers Attorneys

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax , Richmond , Virginia Beach, Lynchburg , Manassas & Fredericksburg to better serve you.

Two guarantee a SRIS Law Group Virginia criminal defense lawyer will give you:

  • We guarantee we will do our best to defend you
  • We will do our best to keep you updated as to the status of your case. We will do our best to return all phone calls within 8 hours.

Do not take a chance when your future is on the line.

THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE LAWS IN VIRGINIA:

  • § 18.2-63. Carnal knowledge of child between thirteen and fifteen years of age

A. If any person carnally knows, without the use of force, a child thirteen years of age or older but under fifteen years of age, such person shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony.

B. If any person carnally knows, without the use of force, a child thirteen years of age or older but under fifteen years of age who consents to sexual intercourse and the accused is a minor and such consenting child is three years or more the accused’s junior, the accused shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony. If such consenting child is less than three years the accused’s junior, the accused shall be guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor.

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  • § 18.2-67.  Depositions of complaining witnesses in cases of criminal sexual assault and attempted criminal sexual assault

Before or during the trial for an offense or attempted offense under this article, the judge of the court in which the case is pending, with the consent of the accused first obtained in open court, by an order of record, may direct that the deposition of the complaining witness be taken at a time and place designated in the order, and the judge may adjourn the taking thereof to such other time and places as he may deem necessary.

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