Megan’s Law

Megan’s Law

Megan’s Law is the common name given to the laws that govern the establishment and maintenance of sex offender registries. Specifically, these laws require local law enforcement agencies to make information available to the public about registered sex offenders who live in the area.

Even the accusation of a sex offense can be enough to do irreparable harm to your reputation, personal relationships and professional opportunities. A conviction, on the other hand, can change your life forever. If you or a loved one is being accused of any type of sex crime, it is critical that you seek the advice of a respected Pennsylvania Megan’s Law attorney right away.

Fighting for Those Accused of Serious Sex Crimes

At The Law Offices of Basil D. Beck III, I understand what is at stake when you are facing a criminal charge that could land you on Pennsylvania’s Sex Offender Registry. The only way to avoid it is to avoid a conviction for the alleged offense. When you hire my firm, you can rely on me to pursue every available option in an effort to protect your rights, your reputation and your good name.

I know that this is a difficult time for you and the potential embarrassment you could suffer as a result of these charges. You have my promise to handle your case with discretion and to treat you with respect at all times. I am not here to judge you. I am here to protect your rights and your future. I will be by your side from start to finish, constantly fighting for a positive result in your case.

Call for a Free Consultation

Contact one of my offices in Norristown, Lansdowne or Paoli to discuss your sex offense charge and your questions about Megan’s Law. I offer a free consultation so it won’t cost you anything to get some honest answers and sound advice. You can reach me by phone at 610-239-8870 or via e-mail.

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