What Should I Do If I Was Falsely Accused of Rape?

If you have been falsely accused of rape, it could not be more important that you clear your good name and avoid the penalties that will be imposed upon you after a conviction. Rape is a felony offense in our state. In many cases, a simple accusation may be all it takes to ruin your reputation and destroy a promising future. Any individual convicted of rape will face very serious penalties, including mandatory registration as a sex offender. The circumstances surrounding the alleged rape will also weigh heavily on the level of the charges and the penalties that could be imposed by the court.

Our firm has defended numerous rape cases over the years. We have first-hand experience fighting back against false accusations, and we are relentless in the pursuit of justice for our clients. Even if the cards appear to be stacked against you, you can trust that an Olathe criminal attorney from our firm will do everything possible to uncover the truth and expose the facts surrounding the false accusation in court.

Having spent approximately half of their legal careers serving as prosecutors, our attorneys understand what it takes to craft a winning case, including presenting supporting evidence and witnesses, cross-examining the accuser, and presenting a powerful defense case at trial. We established our private practice to give people the opportunity to level the playing field. If you have been falsely accused of rape, contact Garretson & Toth, LLC so that our lawyers can study your case and advise you on how to proceed.

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