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Massachusetts Statutory Rape Attorney

Statutory rape is a well-known phrase in sex crime law. Its notoriety, however, does not translate into simplicity. In fact, rape charges involving anyone under the age of 16 are factually complicated. The individual facing the charge can be any age. Due to the high stakes and the centrality of credibility issues, cases involving statutory rape often go to trial. It is essential, then, that you retain an experienced Massachusetts defense attorney who has trial experience and can aggressively defend your rights in court against rape charges.

Massachusetts Criminal Sexual Abuse Charges

Salem attorney Kate Frame has a background steeped in experience on both sides of these cases. Before she became a criminal defense lawyer, she was a criminal prosecutor and a Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) member. She understands what prosecutors are looking for and what the SORB needs in order to make decisions about her clients' cases.

In cases involving the solicitation of a minor, there are a variety of credibility concerns that require a pretrial strategy that is thoroughly intensive. Kate Frame is well-equipped to obtain critical information regarding the accuser and examine the investigation process. She is determined to ensure that your rights are protected.

If convicted, you could be facing 10 years in prison and a lifetime on the sex offender registry. These consequences could devastate your life. Your reputation, livelihood and liberty are all at stake. Attorney Kate Frame is prepared to take the steps necessary to help you obtain the best outcome possible.

Contact a Boston Statutory Rape Defense Lawyer

To speak with an experienced statutory rape lawyer in Essex County, email Kate Frame or call the firm at 978-208-3975 or toll free at 866-974-0927.