Ottawa Lawyers Defending Your Voyeurism Charge

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Voyeurism is a type of sexual offence. Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae has successfully defended clients accused of either secretly observing or recording another person’s sexual activity or for a sexual purpose.

Our Ottawa criminal defence law firm is known for being one of the oldest and largest in the region. Our goal is to offer our clients a vigorous defence. We do so by reviewing the facts and evidence of your case, interviewing witnesses and hiring experts who are among the best in the field.

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For defending a sexual  offence charge such as voyeurism you need an experienced defence lawyer who knows the law and is able to offer creative defence strategies. Though the available defences will depend on the facts of your case, our lawyers are able to think and ask intelligent questions which could help gain positive results.

Your actions may not have a criminal intent but could impact the outcome of your case, such as recording done by a hidden camera, or the fact you were filming a sexual activity with someone who is not aware they are being filmed. You may not think much of the act itself, but when charges are made the consequences can have a severe impact on your day-to-day life. For instance, your internet use may be restricted, and if you used your phone to record then restrictions may be applied to the use of your phone.

Seek Experienced Legal Guidance Against Sexual Offence Charges

If you or someone you know is facing a voyeurism  charge, contact Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae. Our lawyers can be reached 24 hours a day by phone at 613-604-2188 or 1-877-786-4479. You can also email us by completing the online contact form provided. We offer criminal defence guidance to all the residents of eastern Ontario.
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