Prison sentence for sex crimes

Convictions for sex crimes can lead to jail or prison time, placement on the sex offender registry, severe parole or probation restrictions, a criminal record, heavy fines, and a damaged reputation. Attorney David Tarr defends individuals that are being investigated or have been arrested and charged for serious felony sex crimes. Sex crime cases can escalate quickly. It's wise to act swiftly in the face of any potential investigation or charges by contacting a defense attorney experienced in defending people charged with sex crimes.

Defending those accused of sex crimes

At the Law Office of David B. Tarr, we work with investigators and health care professionals to get to the bottom of the charges against you. We examine conflicting statements and circumstantial evidence that's leveled against you. These experts know where to look and what to look at, highlighting inconsistencies in the prosecution’s case with the result of casting it in doubt. Their in-depth inspection of your case and persuasive testimony could turn the tide in your favor.​

​If you've been charged, we can help

If you're charged with a sex crime, hiring a skilled criminal defense attorney is crucial to a defense against any allegations cast against you. Law enforcement and state prosecutors are busy building a case against you. At the Law Office of David B. Tarr, we can help you fight their case. In the more than 20 years David Tarr has practiced criminal defense, he has successfully advocated for those accused of sex crimes such as:

  • Sexual Assault
  • Child Molestation
  • Computer Solicitation of a Minor
  • Rape
  • Prostitution
  • Child Pornography Possession or Distribution

South Carolina Sex Crimes Attorney

Call the Law Office of David B. Tarr to learn how we can help you defend yourself against accusations of criminal sexual conduct. Once you contact us, we can begin to examine your charges and protect your rights.

We're available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Hiring David Tarr to defend you could be the difference you need to protect yourself against an unfair sentence.