The stakes are high for a military member charged with statutory rape. In many cases, the accused had no idea of the criminal actions at the time of the incident. Because the legal age of consent in North Carolina is 16, having sexual relations with anyone under this age is considered criminal. This means you can be charged no matter how willing your young partner was to engage with you.

Even though there are fiercely threatening penalties in front of you, at our firm, you can feel confident knowing our skilled legal team will handle your case strategically and aggressively.

Why We’re The Right Choice

At Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, our lawyers have the skill and experience to handle high-stakes sex crimes involving military members. We know the penalties threatening your future, and we are committed to preserving your freedom as much as possible. Among our many locations, we have an office near Fort Bragg, and in Wilmington near Camp Lejeune.

Our firm consists of three highly rated and experienced attorneys. With our counsel, your case will be in the hands of knowledgeable and highly qualified attorneys.

Here at Marcilliat & Mills PLLC, we are prepared to take on a wide range of sex crimes, including:

Why You Should Talk To Us Now

Even if you have not yet been charged and are only under investigation for statutory rape, you should contact us as soon as possible. The earlier we can handle your case, the more grounds we may find to defend you, preventing unwanted allegations from arising later on.

Keeping Your Case Out Of The Public Eye

Statutory rape cases are sensitive, and they tend to attract media attention. When you are dealing with the stress and anxiety of a possible conviction, the last thing you need is for false allegations or ridiculing gossip to arise. In the event of such public attention, you can trust our team’s ability to handle high-profile cases with discretion, prioritizing your privacy and preventing the jury pool from becoming tainted by publicity.

Contact Our Statutory Rape Defense Lawyers For Military Members

Do not wait to be charged before reaching out to a lawyer. Even if you are under investigation, Marcilliat & Mills PLLC can represent you. Speak with one of our attorneys by scheduling a consultation online, or by calling us toll-free at 919-838-6643.

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