Defending Against Child Abuse Allegations In Tallahassee
Child abuse allegations happen every day. The frequency of these allegations makes it difficult to determine which are legitimate and which are false. Due to the severity of child abuse, all allegations are taken seriously. If you have been accused of child abuse, contact a Tallahassee criminal defense attorney at Jansen & Davis, P.A.
Attorney Tim Jansen handled the high-profile Courson case. Mr. Courson faced charges of manslaughter regarding the death of his 6-year-old daughter as well as sex with a minor charges that came later. We know how to defend against child abuse allegations.
Consequences Of Child Abuse Allegations
Even the allegation of child abuse, before a conviction, and even after being acquitted, could make your life take a severe turn for the worse. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to make sure this doesn’t happen.
As a suspect in such a case, you could:
- Have your children removed from you
- Lose custody or visitation rights
- Be arrested and jailed
- Have your name and reputation marred
- Be fired from your job
- Lose your future career prospects
If the case involves a sexual abuse allegation, you can have charges filed against you, and may eventually have your name added to a national registry of sexual predators to be labeled as a child sex offender. When facing such harsh penalties, it is essential to hire an experienced and aggressive attorney to defend your personal freedom.
Contact Jansen & Davis, P.A., To Protect Your Rights
Though extremely difficult, these allegations must be faced head-on. Your personal freedom, the life of your family, and ultimately your future, are all at stake. It is essential that you hire the best defense attorney available to help you avoid conviction. Jansen & Davis, P.A., can work hard to protect your rights and overcome your child abuse charges in Tallahassee. With 70 years of combined experience, our attorneys will work closely with you to devise an effective strategy in an effort to build the strongest possible defense for your case.