Child Abuse Lawyer in Solano County Standing up for Your Rights When No One Else Will

Solano County Child Abuse Defense Attorney

Qualified Criminal Defense Lawyer in Fairfield, CA

Among criminal accusations, child abuse is not only one of the hardest crimes to defend, but it is also one of the most hated criminal acts. That means that anyone accused or convicted of child abuse will receive intense hostility from their peers, their family, the courtroom and even from others while in prison.

False accusations are made and credited far too often, leaving innocent people to suffer at the hands of society. Therefore, fighting a child abuse accusation not only means defending against the potential legal penalties but also the loss of your reputation and dignity.

Get the help you need by contacting our Solano County criminal defense lawyer today!

What Constitutes Child Abuse?

A child abuse accusation is one of the easiest to invent or falsify and is yet one of the hardest crimes to defend. An accident may lead to allegations of physical abuse. An observation of an innocent action may be misconstrued, leading to sexual abuse charges.

An ex-spouse may persuade a child to make false accusations against you, or a child may make up a story of abuse for reasons of:

  • Anger
  • Jealousy
  • Revenge

Because there is so much pressure to stop actual child abuse, it is likely that child protective services and law enforcement will become involved even due to a single accusation by one person.

There are a number of different forms of child abuse that can constitute a criminal charge. The abundance of different charges may be an explanation for how easily one's actions can be misconstrued for criminal behavior, especially if the accuser has a prejudice. While the most common idea of child abuse that comes to mind when we hear that term is of a physical or sexual nature, emotional abuse may also be considered a criminal offense with the right evidence.

Other forms of child abuse that may lead to a criminal conviction include:

Accused of Child Abuse? Our Solano County Criminal Lawyer Can Help

Your reputation and your freedom are on the line if you are facing child abuse charges. Fortunately, the Solano County criminal defense lawyer at Maas Law Offices can help if you have been accused of child abuse in Solano County or Napa County County, California. Our firm is devoted exclusively to criminal defense, and we have been in practice for more than twenty years. With extensive knowledge and experience in the field of child abuse defense in particular, our lawyer has what it takes to be effective.

Child abuse is one of the most serious offenses that one may be accused of, and it happens all too often that an arrest is made or even a guilty verdict is reached following false or invented accusations. But with the help of the right defense attorney, you can avoid being found guilty for a crime that you did not commit. You can protect your reputation and your future by hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney in Napa, CA who can provide you with the aggressive legal representation that you need.

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