Delaware Statutory Rape Defense Lawyers

Statutory rape is legal terminology used to describe sexual activities in which one of the participants is under the legal age of consent. Statutory rape laws in Delaware vary depending on the ages of the victim and the actor. Being accused of statutory rape can have severe repercussions on all areas of your life. If you have been charged with statutory rape in Delaware it is a wise move  for you to consult with a Georgetown Delaware Sex Crime Defense Lawyer immediately. he will do his best to obtain you the most favorable outcome possible.

Contact Dover Delaware Sex Crime Defense Lawyer John R. Garey by calling 302-744-9290. You may also email Kent County Delaware Sex Crime Defense Lawyer John R. Garey here. Mr. Garey is a former prosecutor who possesses a wealth of experience handling criminal cases in New Castle County, Delaware. Let him fight to protect your rights, freedom and reputation.

Statutory Rape Defense

In many sex crime cases consent is a valid form of defense. Due to statutory rape laws outlining the age of consent defending a statutory rape case can be substantially more difficult. Without the expertise of a skilled and experienced sex crime defense attorney on your side your future and the life you currently enjoy can be jeopardized.

Call A Seaford Delaware Statutory Rape Defense Lawyer

Georgetown Delaware Criminal Defense Attorney John R. Garey wants you to know that you do not have to face your pending sex offense charges alone. You have rights and they need to be protected. Call Mr. Garey at 302-744-9290. You can also contact Rehoboth Beach Delaware Sex Offense Lawyer John R. Garey by clicking here.

Mr. Garey handles all sex crimes, DUI defense, DWI defense, traffic violations, juvenile defense and criminal cases in Kent County, Delaware and Sussex County, Delaware including: Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Harrington, Millsboro, Milton, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Laurel, Delmar and Seaford.

Mr. Garey also defends non-Delaware residents who have been charged with drug crimes in surrounding states such as New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia.