Our law firm provides aggressive defense on behalf of Tennessee residents charged with sex crimes.
All individuals who are targeted by criminal law enforcers in such matters have a dire and immediate need for careful and impassioned advocacy, which is underscored by the presumption of innocence that must attach to any criminal charge unless/until it is proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
As we duly point out on a relevant page of our website at the Nashville Law Offices of Thomas T. Overton, it would be difficult to overemphasize “how serious these charges are.”
And here’s something to note, which is often a distinct reality that exists with special force for individuals convicted of sex crimes and registered as sex offenders thereafter: A lifelong stigma can attach to that status, with special post-release requirements being both permanent and onerous.
Many registered sex offenders in Tennessee intimately know and routinely experience such exactions as they seek to reintegrate into and be productive members of society, especially in the realm of housing.
And here is why: State authorities impose a number of limiting conditions regarding where a registered offender can live.
And those can be restrictive to a pronounced degree.
One recent study reveals that many registered offenders can experience continuing adversity as regards their housing for decades, or even permanently. Researchers note that many such individuals face daunting challenges “finding housing that was comparable to where they lived prior to conviction.”
And that is of course just one ancillary — though material — downside related to a sex crime conviction in Tennessee or elsewhere.
Any person targeted in a criminal investigation focusing upon a sex crime might reasonably want to secure prompt and aggressive assistance from an experienced defense attorney.