Experienced Defense In The Most Severe Of Charges
Few criminal allegations are as severe as sex crimes. In addition to dealing with potential criminal penalties, personal reputations can easily be destroyed. The court of public opinion, including friends and family members, will likely render a guilty verdict before an investigation is completed and a trial starts.
Giving You A Fighting Chance
The Zerbe Firm understands the fear and confusion our clients face when charged with serious crimes. Our job is to protect their rights and get to the facts about the allegations against them that may include:
- Child molestation
- Child pornography possession and distribution
- Internet sex crimes, including solicitation of a minor
- Rape/statutory rape
- Criminal deviant conduct
In addition to the immediate penalties of a sex crime, those convicted are required to register as a sex offender and comply with Indiana sex offender registry laws. Neighbors and potential employers will have access to your criminal records and personal information, including your name, address and a detailed description.
Experience, Attention To Detail And Insight Into Law Enforcement
With an understanding of the stakes involved in a sex crime conviction, we conduct thorough investigations of all the evidence against you. With the help of computer forensics experts, we take particular care in reviewing computer files and internet records, specifically any search histories.
Prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney, David Zerbe worked as a prosecutor. That experience provided him with an in-depth knowledge into law enforcement’s procedures and tactics they use to prepare and investigate criminal cases. His insight is invaluable in building a strong and compelling criminal defense.
Contact The Firm
Take immediate action, even if you are being investigated, but have not been charged with a sex crime. Contact The Zerbe Firm to schedule an initial consultation through our online form or by calling 812-270-9999. We serve clients in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.