Vigorously Defending Your Sexual Exploitation Charge

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In your personal or  professional capacity you may be in a position of trust and authority, or possibly the complainant is dependant on you. Whether you are a teacher, a coach, a manager, a team lead, a human resource consultant or a stepparent, you may be questioned for your conduct. Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae, in Ottawa, handles such matters delicately while offering creative defence techniques. With over 150 years of combined experience, our lawyers have helped many clients in eastern Ontario.

Explore The Relationship In Sexual Exploitation Matters

Our lawyers make great efforts at exploring the relationship the accused has or had with the complainant and determining if the trust was violated. Gathering the facts and uncovering the evidence based on trust is an important investigative technique in the process. For many of our clients, the criminal justice system might seem daunting, but our lawyers can effortlessly offer guidance and solutions.

In defending your sexual exploitation charge the age of consent of the complainant must be between 16 and 18 years in Canada. Sometimes establishing valid consent is blurred when the accused is presumed guilty due to his or her position of authority. In the process of exploring this relationship, our lawyers work closely with medical professionals and experts in the field.

Questioning Your Sexual Exploitation Charge? Contact Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae

Our experienced Ottawa criminal defence lawyers  appreciate the sensitivity required to address your sexual exploitation charges. Call 613-604-2188 locally or 1-877-786-4479 toll free to discuss the intricacies of your case. Our phone lines are open 24 hours a day. You can also reach us via email. Our lawyers can also visit you in jail, if required.
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