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Sex Crimes Defense That Preserves Rights And Reputations

Gyllenborg & Brown’s respected resources, responsiveness and reputation lend credibility to your case before judge and jury when you are charged with any sex crime. If you are under investigation, or have been arrested or charged, with any type of sexual assault, contact our firm immediately at 913-732-4782.

We handle all types of sex offenses, including:

  • Rape
  • Sexual assault/battery
  • Prostitution
  • Indecent exposure
  • Internet solicitation of minors
  • Possession/distribution of child pornography
  • Aggravated indecent liberties
  • Sexual exploitation of a child
  • Unlawful sexual relations
  • Lewd and lascivious behavior

Harsh Penalties Call For Experienced Advocacy

The mere allegation of a sex crime has immediate and long-lasting negative impact on the life of the accused. His or her personal and professional reputation, as well as academic standing or employment security, are in jeopardy, and the accused risks the possibility of lifetime registration as a sex offender.

These are life-changing consequences — an incentive to reach out to experienced and effective criminal defense lawyers practicing exclusively in Kansas.

You should know that, in many cases, a conviction for a sex crime increases your chances of losing important rights and privileges, including the right to own or possess a firearm, to vote or hold elected office, to maintain contact with minors including your own children, and to remain in the United States if you are not an American citizen. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to select the best criminal defense legal team. You can have confidence in the benefit of our lawyers’ combined 50-plus years of trial experience.

When Your Rights And Reputation Are At Stake In Court, Our Trial Attorneys Can Help

Contact us so we can discuss your serious legal issues. Just call 913-732-4782 or send an email message. Call us before speaking to law enforcement about your charges.