Charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct

If you are charged with committing Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC), you have the right to remain silent and retain a lawyer.  Once charges are filed, the court process includes:

  • Bond hearings.  In most criminal cases, the Magistrate Court Judge sets most bonds.  For first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor carrying a possible life sentence, a General Sessions Court Judge must set the bond.
  • Request, obtain, and review the prosecution’s evidence.
  • Independent Investigation.
  • Preparation of a Defense.
  • Court Appearances.
  • Trial.

Preparing a successful defense can be complicated and time consuming.  If you are charged with committing criminal sexual conduct, it is essential you obtain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to represent you.  Attorney Charles Grose has over 20 years experience defending these cases.

Call our office at 864-538-4466 to schedule a free initial consultation.