Sexual Offences

Due to the experience our solicitors have in dealing with and defending sexual offence charges, DPP Law understands that being charged with such offences causes a major disruption in the lives of those charged, the victims and the families of both. Our role and duty is to represent clients who are charged with these offences and help them to construct the best defence possible in law. Therefore, we will challenge the witness statements, check the forensics and examine all the evidence in the case with the objective of providing the best defence for our client.

We are obliged under the rules laid down by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to maintain the confidentiality of all our clients’ information regardless of the offence. Further to this obligation, we ensure confidentiality because we understand the damage that allegations of sexual offences can cause to a person’s life and because we have represented many clients who have been falsely accused of these offences.

Our Service Areas

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault is the umbrella term given to several offences, all of which are carry serious consequences for those who are accused of it. FIND OUT MORE

Indecent Assault

Indecent Assault covers a wide range of offences with the exclusion of the aggravated offence of rape. FIND OUT MORE

Child Abuse

Child Abuse usually involves the abuse of a minor by an adult in a range of forms. Find out what you can do if you're accused of abusing a child. FIND OUT MORE


The act of Grooming is outlined in the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and dictates the offence is a serious sexual offence. FIND OUT MORE


The offence of rape is a serious sexual offence and can be deeply distressing for the victim and for those who have falsely accused. FIND OUT MORE

Indecent Exposure

Indecent Exposure involves the exposing of genetalia in a public space whereby it is considered to be against what is appropriate behaviour. FIND OUT MORE


The act of prostitution, while legal in the UK, involves a number of acts which are not including pimping, kerb crawling and soliciting in a public space. FIND OUT MORE


The act of voyeurism is illegal if the person knowingly watches another in a private act without their consent. FIND OUT MORE
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