Sexual Assault Charges And Your Rights

Sexual assault accusations can affect the rest of your life. It is important to recognize that an accusation is not the same as a conviction. At Files & Brasuell, PLLC, in Little Rock, we are devoted to protecting your rights and your future.

The Role Of Evidence And Credibility In Your Case

Sexual assault cases rely heavily on the credibility of the victim. Our attorneys know how to evaluate the evidence, police reports and testimony in your case to question the credibility of the complaint and any evidence obtained.

We have represented individuals accused of rape, accessing child pornography and many other sexual assault charges. We will diligently investigate all aspects of the allegation to ensure that your rights were not violated and that you are being treated fairly.

Do Not Speak To Anyone Before Talking To Us

Your first instinct is to defend yourself after being accused of a crime. Anything you say to a friend, family member or law enforcement official may be used as evidence against you. Do not talk to anyone about the allegations, even the police, until you meet with us.

Sex Assault Convictions And The Sex Offender Registry

Most sexual assault convictions will require you to register as a sex offender. The stigma associated with being convicted of a sex crime can ruin the rest of your life. Our lawyers know what's at stake. We will fight to protect your rights and your future by carefully investigating all factors in your case.

As skilled trial lawyers, we understand how Arkansas laws and the statute of limitations will impact your case. We have more than 30 years of combined experience handling sexual assault cases. Trust us to defend your reputation instead of hoping the truth will come out on its own.

We Care About Protecting Your Reputation. Contact Us.

We offer free initial consultations. Contact us online or call us at 501-374-0616 to discuss your specific case and to see how we can help.