Jackson Sex Crime Defense Attorney
Put a Former Prosecutor on Your Side
If you have been accused of a sex crime in the state of Mississippi, you should be aware that these kinds of charges are taken very seriously. A conviction can lead to extremely severe penalties, including the risk of spending the rest of your life behind bars. Even if you have not yet been formally charged, you should still seek legal representation. An experienced sex crimes attorney can help you prepare for the possibility of being arrested and can aggressively defend your rights if you are charged with a sex crime.
What Is Considered a Sex Crime in Mississippi?
In the state of Mississippi, there are many different types of sex crimes that can be charged against an individual. Regardless of the specific circumstances of your case, you may be facing some very serious penalties if you are convicted. Many of these crimes are considered felonies, which means that you could be facing lifetime consequences if you are found guilty.
Our firm handles cases involving a wide range of sex crimes, including:
- Child molestation
- Internet sex crimes
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual assault
- Sexual abuse
- Child pornography
Sex Crime Penalties in Mississippi
In addition to potentially facing jail time and fines, if you are convicted of a sex crime, you may also be required to register as a sex offender. This can have a significant impact on your life, as you will be forced to live under very strict rules and you may not be able to live in certain areas. Additionally, you may be unable to find employment or housing as a result of your status as a sex offender. Our firm can help you fight to avoid the harsh penalties associated with a sex crime conviction.
Why Hire Eichelberger Law Firm, PLLC?
Our founding attorney, Eric Eichelberger, is a former prosecutor. This means that he has extensive experience in the area of sex crimes and he knows how the prosecution builds their cases. He knows what weaknesses there are in the system and he can use his knowledge and experience to help you avoid a conviction.