Answering Your Tough Questions About Sex Offenses
The consequences of an investigation, charge or conviction for a sex crime can linger for decades. You probably have countless questions about the legal process, your future and how a sex crime charge might affect you. In this overwhelming time, you can turn to us at Maronick Law LLC for smart representation.
As a law firm renowned for our tough approach to criminal defense, we know how to protect your rights. We can also answer any questions you have about sex offenses and the Maryland justice system. To get our help, call us at 410-881-4022.
What should I do if I am arrested?
Although you should remain polite to the arresting officers, do not give them any information aside from your name, age and address. Tell them that you wish to use your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Then, contact an attorney as soon as you can.
Will I have to register as a sex offender?
In Maryland, anyone who is convicted of a sexual offense, pleads no contest or guilty or is found not criminally responsible for a sexual offense must register as a sex offender.
What are the consequences of sex offender registration?
We cannot emphasize enough that the sex offender label can permanently damage your life. You may face eviction, job loss, expulsion and social isolation for the rest of your life.
Should I work with a public defender? Why hire a private lawyer?
You have the option of working with a public defense attorney, but this is not always the best choice. Public defenders are competent and hardworking, but the state often overburdens them with cases. To have a lawyer devote their full attention to your case, you should hire a private law firm.
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Do not give up, even if your situation seems overwhelming. Turn to us at (NAP name) for a tough, reputable defense. Schedule an initial consultation in which you can sit down with one of our team members and discuss your case. To reach us, call 410-881-4022 or send us an email.
We have office locations in Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Ocean City, Easton, Rockville, Bel Air, Catonsville and Salisbury.