Duluth Sexual Assault Defense Lawyers

Few criminal charges carry the negative social stigma associated with sex offense claims. Your job, relationships and reputation may be permanently affected. Whether or not the claims are true, all the more reason to have the right criminal defense lawyer protecting your rights and interests from the very beginning of the sexual assault claims.

We believe that respect, confidentiality, perseverance and early intervention are critical in criminal cases involving sexual assault or rape charges, or other sex offense charges. Contact the offices immediately to discuss your legal rights, options and defense strategy.

From offices in Duluth, Minnesota, we provide aggressive and experienced criminal defense representation to clients throughout northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Our decades of experience enable us to handle the most high profile and publicized sex crime cases. We are available to defend clients facing sexual assault charges involving:

  • Rape
  • Statutory rape
  • Date rape
  • Sexual abuse
  • Sexual assault of a child
  • Other sex crimes

We also steadfastly defend clients facing serious sex crime charges involving possession or distribution of child pornography and Internet solicitation of a minor.

Protecting Your Rights and Reputation

Minnesota and Wisconsin both require sex offender registration for people convicted of certain sex offenses. The criminal defense attorneys recognize the impact sex offender registration could have on your future and do everything possible to prepare a defense strategy that will help avoid or mitigate such serious consequences.

If you have been arrested or investigated for sexual assault or other serious sex crimes, contact the criminal defense offices and start preparing your defense strategy. Call Attorney Keegan at 218-722-7813. Our offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening, weekend and holiday appointments are available as needed.

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