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A Sex Crime Conviction Can Stay On Your Record Permanently

If you are charged with a sex crime charge in Minnesota, you face the possibility of fines, jail or prison time, sex offender treatment, and sex offender registration. Furthermore, your career, family life, reputation and credit are at stake. Your entire future is in great danger. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney to combat these charges effectively.

You Need To Work With An Aggressive And Experienced Defense Attorney

I am Howard Bass, a sex crime defense lawyer with more than 30 years of experience. I have earned a reputation as a forceful litigator who treats clients with respect and dignity. I understand the impact sex crime charges can have on your future. I will stand by you every step of the way, from the initial investigation all the way through the trial and possible appeals. Contact my defense firm to schedule a free initial consultation with me at my office in Burnsville.

Whether you are under investigation or have been charged with criminal sexual conduct, you should contact an experienced and trustworthy criminal defense attorney immediately.

Experience Is Vital To A Strong Defense

Throughout my career, I have handled both felony and misdemeanor charges relating to a variety of sex crimes, including:

  • Rape, including date and acquaintance rape
  • Statutory rape
  • Sexual assault
  • Child molestation
  • Indecency with a child
  • Prostitution or solicitation
  • Child pornography
  • Indecent exposure and indecent conduct

I am routinely selected for inclusion in Minnesota Super Lawyers. Additionally, Minnesota Monthly has named me as one of the “Best Criminal Defense Lawyers in Minnesota.” I have also been chosen by my peers for inclusion in “The Best Lawyers in America.”

Trust your case to an experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. Trust your case to me.

If A Police Officer Reads You The Miranda Warning, Ask For An Attorney Immediately

If you have been charged with a crime, anything you tell the police or investigators can and will be used against you in court. Remember that law enforcement officers are primarily concerned with the alleged victims and that nothing you say will help you. It is up to you to look out for your best interests by not providing them any additional evidence a prosecutor can use against you at trial. Innocent people are convicted not for what they have done, but for what they have said.

Protect your rights. Before you talk to the police or investigators, seek the advice of a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer who will aggressively fight the accusations against you.

Tell the police that you are completely innocent of any wrongdoing but these are serious charges and you would like to talk with a lawyer before discussing their investigation with them. If they pressure you into making a statement, simply say four magic words: “I want a lawyer.”

Protect Your Future — Contact Me Today

For respectful and thorough representation designed to minimize the effects a sex crime charge can have on your life, contact me online or call 952-466-6718 to schedule a free confidential consultation.

Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request.

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