Defending North Carolina residents against Internet sex crimes

By KevinMarcilliat, In Internet Sex Crimes, 0 Comments

In some respects, there is no worse crime to be accused of than a sex crime. This is not only because of the severe consequences and punishments associated with conviction. It’s because those accused of sex crimes — even if they are never even convicted and get their charges dropped or dismissed — will face harsh criticism from their communities, families and co-workers, and this criticism may never entirely go away.

At Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, we offer all of our criminal defense clients the benefit of absolute privacy, and a judgment-free zone in which to tell us the full story of their legal case and the facts surrounding it. We also know that arresting officers and prosecutors make mistakes just like everyone else does. The courts know that too. As such, no court ever convicts an accused person case of a crime until — and only if — that person is proved to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

Indeed, the burden of proof lies on the shoulders of the prosecution in any criminal law matter, and it may be harder than it immediately appears for the prosecution to prove a defendant guilty “beyond a reasonable doubt.” Furthermore, it becomes especially more difficult if the defendant is actively working to cast doubt on the version of the facts being presented by prosecutors.

No matter what your criminal circumstances — be they drug crimes, sex crimes, child pornography crimes, or another kind of crime — the Marcilliat & Mills PLLC in North Carolina is available to help. We will advocate passionately on your behalf to protect your legal rights, and also your reputation, in every way we possibly can.