Due to the serious nature of sex crimes, they are often strongly prosecuted by law enforcement officials. Unfortunately, this often means that those who have been accused of these types of offenses are not afforded the right to be considered innocent until proven guilty. The mere accusation of a sex crime can affect a person’s reputation, career, and family relationships, and a conviction can not only result in a lengthy prison sentence, but a person may also be required to register as a sex offender for life. If you are facing these types of accusations, it is crucial to speak to a criminal defense attorney immediately. IS IT POSSIBLE TO FIGHT SEX CRIMES CHARGES?You can often successfully fight allegations of lewd and lascivious conduct, child molestation or sexual assault. However, it is important to seek assistance as soon as possible. An experienced criminal defense lawyer may be able to help you resolve the charges quickly to salvage your reputation, so you can move on with your life.The criminal consequences of an Oklahoma sex offense conviction are lengthy prison sentences, stiff fines and probation. But a criminal record and potential sex offender registration requirement could haunt your future, limiting educational, employment and housing options.SEE AN EXPERIENCED LAWYERYou have no time to waste whether under investigation or after arrest. Anything you say can be easily twisted and used against you. Call 405.329.2300 to speak with attorney Charles E. Douglas. I have obtained positive results for past clients who have been accused of sex offenses, including acquittals at trial.Charles E. Douglas sees both perspectives from his experience at the District 21 District Attorney’s Office prior to founding his own firm. Charles has a proven track record of results through motions and jury trials.CALL ME TO RETAIN A SKILLED ADVOCATEWhen your liberty and reputation are at stake, you must invest in a quality defense. To speak with an experienced attorney call me at 405.329.2300. I offer a free initial consultation.Revenge PornIn recent years, one offense that has become more common is the sharing of information that was intended to be private. For example, a person may possess sexually explicit photos or videos of a former romantic partner, and they may share these photos or videos on a website or send them to people via text message or email with the intent of embarrassing the person depicted. SextingDue to the prevalence of smartphones, social media, and other forms of electronic communication, many people, including minors, send sexually explicit images or videos to each other. However, explicit depictions of a minor are sometimes considered child pornography. Adults who possess or distribute these images may face felony charges, and minors who share these images may face adjudication and supervision in the juvenile justice system or more serious criminal charges. I have set forth below links to several of the sex crime statutes.