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Guidance For Your Sexual Interference Charge In Eastern Ontario

A sexual activity with a minor, including touching, directly or indirectly, for a sexual purpose is considered sexual interference. A minor is someone below the age of 16 in Canada. Our knowledgeable defence lawyers at Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae, in Ottawa, have successfully helped many clients be acquitted by providing tailored legal advice.

Whether you are a professional, a family person or a first-time offender, these charges might overwhelm you. Our legal representation is not limited to the justice system; we can also advise you on how to deal with the press and social media. Matters involving sexual assault and minors could get complicated; for this reason, our lawyers are very careful and tactful in dealing with such matters.

In our practice, we have noticed that it is not uncommon for children to make allegations for a variety of reasons. Our lawyers have the experience to challenge the reliability of these kinds of witnesses and uncover the facts.

Guidance For Your Invitation To Sexual Touching Charge In Ontario

When a minor is invited, counselled or incited to touching, directly or indirectly, a part of the accused’s body, it is considered to be a sexual offence known as invitation to sexual activity. If convicted you might face a mandatory minimum jail time. Like sexual interference, our lawyers provide personalized legal advice to guide you with the best possible defence.

Experienced Defence Lawyers Fight Invitation To Sexual Assault Charge

Speak to one of our knowledgeable lawyers for the best possible defence strategy. Our firm  maintains a 24-hour phone service. We can be reached at 613-604-2188 or 1-877-786-4479 to schedule a confidential consultation. If you like we could also be contacted by email. If required, our lawyers are also available to make jail visits.
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