Sex Offense Charges Can Change Your Life Forever

At Pitsch Law Offices, LLC, we know that the consequences of a conviction for a sex crime have the potential to last a lifetime. Sex offender registration can be particularly damaging, placing massive restrictions on your basic rights. You may no longer have the freedom to apply for certain jobs, live in certain neighborhoods or even visit certain public establishments.

Were you falsely accused of a sex crime? Even the accusation of a sex crime can damage your career and reputation. We can help you clear your name. Call our office in Appleton at 920-380-0971 for a free consultation.

We understand how crucial it is to have the charges reduced or dismissed. We also know how complicated these can be to defend. They often involve complicated fact patterns, "he said, she said" evidence and false accusations. Attorney Eric Pitsch takes the time to conduct an independent investigation and scrutinize the prosecution's evidence for anything that can help strengthen your case.

Sex Offense Is A Very Broad Definition

Despite the serious consequences, any crime with a sexual component can be considered a sex crime. Have you ever answered nature's call in public when a child was present or a bystander was offended? Are you a young college professor who had a consensual relationship with a student? Did you have sex with your 16-year-old girlfriend after your 18th birthday? You could be required to register as a sex offender, and the public list includes your name but not the details of your case.

Attorney Eric Pitsch can help defend your rights in a wide range of cases in Wisconsin, including:

  • Solicitation or prostitution
  • Sexual assault or rape
  • Lewd and lascivious behavior
  • Disorderly conduct with a sexual component
  • Statutory rape
  • Child pornography, including "Sexting"
  • Stalking or harassment
  • Professionals accused of sexual misconduct

Protect Your Future | Talk To Our Lawyer To Learn How We Can Help

Do not hesitate to call our law office at 920-380-0971 or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation with attorney Eric Pitsch.