Sex Crimes & Title IX

Here Without Judgement

If you are under investigation or have been formally accused of committing a sex crime, you likely feel isolated. Law enforcement, prosecutors and the court of public opinion frequently rush to judgment without fully considering the facts. The legal team at Price Law in Greenville, South Carolina, takes a far different approach to addressing allegations of criminal sexual conduct. We do not rush to judgment — we do not judge our clients at all. We focus on the prosecution’s case and look for the flaws and weaknesses to provide a compelling defense. 

Attention To Detail Is Critical

Many sex crime cases involve he said, she said disputes. Defending against these allegations takes a different attention to detail. If trial is necessary, for instance, your defense attorney needs to understand the nuances of cross-examination to provide doubt in the testimony of the witnesses against you. It takes experience and skill to challenge a sympathetic witness without drawing the ire of the jury.

Our trial lawyers draw on more than 50 years’ combined experience to break down the evidence, cross examine witnesses and challenge the prosecution in all manner of South Carolina sex crimes, including:

  • Criminal sexual conduct
  • Sex offenses involving a minor
  • Sexual assault
  • Statutory rape
  • Date rape
  • Prostitution
  • Solicitation
  • Indecent exposure
  • Lewd conduct

A conviction for a sex crime carries a wide range of harsh consequences that can have a life-long impact on the way you live. The likelihood of being required to register as a sexual offender wherever you may live in the future is reason enough to seek the representation of a skilled sex crimes defense attorney.

 

What To Expect Regarding Title IX Infractions

At The Price Law Firm, our attorneys are committed to helping clients who are the subject of a Title IX complaint. In a nutshell, Title IX involves sex-discrimination as well as dating violence and harassment. If schools do not adequately address and remedy apparent violations of Title IX, they could be at risk of losing their federal funding.

If you are accused of committing a Title IX violation, you need to be aware that the school is not on your side. Colleges and universities have their own Title IX guidelines that are hardly ever followed. Students are often considered guilty from the moment the complaint is filed.

Colleges and universities are under a lot of pressure from the federal government to resolve Title IX complaints as quickly as possible. This often leads to poorly conducted investigations and unfair results, usually at the expense of the accused person.

Make Sure You Have A Strong Advocate By Your Side

Due process does not apply to Title IX violations, even though the ramifications of being found guilty can be life-changing. You may be informed of the initial accusations, but more accusations can arise through the course of the investigation without you being notified.

It is important to have someone by your side to help guide you through this difficult and frequently unfair process. The Price Law Firm can help keep these investigations fair and to help you organize your version of events so that you are treated fairly.

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Whether you are facing criminal charges, or you or a family member has been seriously injured in an accident, the lawyer you choose can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your case.

Case Results

South Carolina Supreme Court case of State v. Groome, 378 S.C. 615, 664 S.E. 2nd 460 (2008), in which Mr. Price tried, and won, the first police roadblock case decided by the South Carolina Supreme Court.

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