What should I do if I am accused of rape in Pennsylvania? VIDEO

If you're accused of rape in Pennsylvania, you need to take the necessary precautions. You also understand that all is not lost. Obviously, it's an incredibly serious allegation, but you need to take the best steps forward. You should not speak to the police detectives, law enforcement, or anyone else without taking the necessary precautions, including engaging with an experienced Pennsylvania sex crimes lawyer as soon as possible.

A rape allegation can impact a person in tremendous ways, a person could go to jail or prison. Their career, their employment, their family could all be affected. Their professional license can be affected. The consequences can be severe. To maximize the prospect of a favorable outcome, you should work with your attorney. Your attorney should make the best decisions for you moving forward.

With your attorney, you should gather all necessary evidence, arranged for necessary witnesses. Your attorney would analyze the evidence to potential witnesses' testimony to help you build the strongest possible defense. Having an experienced attorney will be your best ally to help you understand and navigate the criminal process. They should be involved as early as possible if you're facing a rape allegation.

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