Connecticut Crimes Against Children Defense Attorney

crimes against children

Crimes against children are generally defined as crimes committed against those below the age of 18, though some specific crimes have to be committed against those under 16 to qualify as “against children.” As a rule, the younger the victim of the crime is, the higher the penalty.

Being accused of a crime against children can be a life-changing situation. Not only can you be socially ruined, but you may also end up in jail for many years if you are convicted. If you have been charged with neglecting or abusing your own children, the state may take them from you. With stakes this high, trustworthy legal counsel is imperative.

We Can Help Fight Your Charges

If you have been accused of committing a crime against children it is recommended that you:

  • Stay silent when questioned by police
  • Calmly obey all police instructions
  • Get counsel from an experienced defense lawyer

Discreet and professional, the criminal defense attorneys at Kocian Law Group are ready to assist with sensitive issues. With our strong background in criminal defense, our firm is the ideal choice for those who have been accused of a crime against children.

We recognize that even good people can be charged with horrific crimes. You have the right to fair representation. Whether you have been falsely accused of wrongdoing, or whether you’ve made a serious mistake, let our firm represent you.

Our nonjudgmental staff will set you up with a consultation. At your appointment, we will hear your side of the story. If you have a case, we will gather evidence, including witness testimony. We will do all the research necessary to bolster your case and protect your rights.

Discreet Service | Experienced Counsel

Call our office at 860-730-6100, or send us an email to find out more information about protecting yourself against charges.

We serve clients throughout Connecticut from our four convenient office locations in Waterbury, New Britain, Hartford and Manchester.