Sex Crimes

Camden County NJ Sex Crimes Lawyer

Megan’s Law Attorney Representing Clients throughout Southern New Jersey

When you are accused of a sex crime, more than just your criminal record hangs in the balance. Your character is in question. Your reputation is on the line. Your personal relationships are in jeopardy. New Jersey prosecutes alleged sex offenders to the fullest extent of the law, imposing harsh penalties upon those convicted. In addition, New Jersey  requires those convicted of certain sexual offenses to register with the State and provide personal identifying information, which is then disseminated to the public at large. Being a registered sex offender can impose a heavy burden on your life, impeding your ability to pursue employment, education, and volunteer opportunities, and stigmatizing you as a threat to the community. With so much to lose, it is absolutely imperative to protect your rights and your innocence.

Criminal defense attorney William Fay has spent his career mastering the criminal justice system. He has years of experience handling all aspects of criminal cases, including investigations for the state Attorney General’s Office, prosecutions as a Deputy AG, and now, a highly skilled criminal defense attorney serving clients across South Jersey. He employs this depth of knowledge and experience to vigorously defend clients charged with sex crimes such as sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child in Southern New Jersey. When Mr. Fay takes your case, you have a champion in your corner, a lawyer who is dedicated to pursuing every available avenue toward your best possible result. His purpose is to identify evidence that supports your case and level the playing field. To speak with Mr. Fay today and find the answers you need to move forward, contact his offices at 609-832-3202 for a free consultation.

Sexual Offense Lawyer in Cherry Hill NJ

Sexual offenses range in severity from first degree charges such as aggravated sexual assault to fourth degree charges such as lewdness. Depending on the degree of the charges against you, you may be exposed to a term of incarceration ranging from 18 months to 20 years in New Jersey State Prison. Further, a conviction may entail additional penalties such as Megan’s Law registration and life-long community supervision. Mr. Fay aggressively defends clients in a wide variety of sex crime cases, including that involve:

Contact a Camden NJ Sex Crime Defense Attorney for Answers

If you are under investigation for, accused of, or charged with a sex crime in Camden County or elsewhere in South Jersey, your next steps can alter the course of your life forever. Before you submit to questioning, make a statement, or do anything else, contact a knowledgeable NJ Megan’s Law attorney to learn about your rights. It is critical during this time to protect yourself. Contact our firm at 609-832-3202 for additional information and a cost-free consultation.


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