Protect Your Future Against Damaging Sex Offenses

Everyone deserves a chance to defend themselves against damaging criminal allegations. We make sure your voice gets heard.

Sex crimes, by their very nature, present accused people with incredibly challenging situations. While society tells us to listen to the victim's side of the story, the same courtesy isn't always extended to the accused. An accused person is supposed to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Instead, they are often met with public ridicule and damage to their reputation, even if they are later exonerated.

At Kaess Law, LLC, we know how damaging even a single allegation can be in sex offense cases. We know it's not just your reputation that's on the line in these cases. You could go to jail and face sex offender registration that can affect where you live and work, among other things.

We're Ready And Able To Take On The Challenge Ahead

Some lawyers shy away from sex offense cases, but not defense attorney Ryan Kaess. He never backs down from a challenge because he believes that everyone deserves a strong defense and their day in court.

Our team of attorneys has 20 years of combined experience successfully handling a range of criminal defense cases. We know the law and how to handle complex sex offense cases, including:

  • Sexual assault
  • Statutory rape
  • Child molestation
  • Child pornography
  • Prostitution/solicitation
  • Lewd conduct
  • Indecent exposure

False Allegations And Sex Offender Registration Can Be Damaging

We want to believe alleged victims are being honest about the allegations they make, but unfortunately some people use allegations for the purpose of revenge or to gain custody of their children in a contentious divorce. This isn't right or fair to the people being accused of a serious crime. Allegations can oftentimes wreak far more havoc than a conviction, resulting in loss of employment, child custody or other things.

Sex offender registration can be damaging as well because it can severely limit where you live, work, shop or visit. Sex offender registration in Minnesota can last for a minimum period of 10 years or for the duration of an offender's probation, whichever is longer. However, some offenses can require an offender to register for life.

False allegations and sex offender registration can damage your reputation and leave you fighting an uphill battle to reclaim your life. Avoid this mess — fight the charges against you.

Ryan Kaess — A Local Attorney, Fighting For You

If you've been accused of a sex crime in the St. Paul area, we encourage you to contact Kaess Law, LLC. You deserve to have your side of the story told. Don't wait to see what happens. Contact us today for a free case evaluation. Call 651-204-2415 or contact us online to start building your case today.