The Times-Tribune reports that the Wayne County Court has sentenced an Oregon Township man to between 16 (minimum) and 35 (maximum) years in state prison for repeatedly sexually assaulting two girls, ages 4 and 6.
Readers' reactions to the sentencing range from shock at its being too lenient, to suggestions about our instituting corporal punishment for sex offenders, to criticism of the children's parents for not knowing and stopping the abuse sooner. When it comes to cases like these, which rouse people's deepest emotions, almost everyone has an opinion.
Precisely because of these widespread and intensely negative responses, people who are suspected of or charged with Wayne County sex crimes - or any NEPA sex crimes - need to act quickly and decisively to hire a hard-hitting Wayne County sex crimes attorney who will help them counter the often overwhelming stigma in which even an unproven accusation can result. A Wayne County sex crimes lawyer from Rogan Law will fight vigorously on your behalf in an attempt to create a case win.
If you need a Wayne County sex crimes attorney, then contact Rogan Law today.