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Sexual Offences

We deal with the highest profile and most sensitive cases, providing expert advice and support to both individuals and companies.

Sexual Offences FAQs

Our criminal lawyer experts address some of the most frequently asked questions regarding sexual offence allegations.

Defending an Allegation

Someone has made an allegation against you. What is the first thing you do?

Harassment and Other Familial Allegations

From allegations dealing with the threat of violence or the ever-changing landscape of stalking and harassment to new offences, such as controlling or coercive behaviour and revenge porn our internationally recognised expert solicitors are highly experienced in representing clients accused of offences within personal relationships.

Sexual Misconduct in the Workplace

We advise organisations and individuals dealing with sexual misconduct in the workplace.

Compensation for Sexual Abuse Claims

Whether you are a victim of sexual abuse or an individual defending such allegations, you may need legal advice. Civil claims for abuse are personal injury claims and include both physical and psychiatric injuries.

Legal Defence for Healthcare Professionals

Allegations of poor practice or misconduct can devastate a practitioner’s confidence, their reputation and their career.

Business and Financial Crime

Our experienced lawyers provide strategic and pragmatic advice in complex business crime cases and situations.

Crimes of Universal Jurisdiction

Travel to the UK can occasionally bring about unexpected consequences. There are a range of criminal charges that can be faced by non UK nationals even though the alleged criminal acts may have occurred abroad and may not involve the UK in any way.

Fraud - Defendants

We have developed tried and tested strategies to enable us to work with you to discharge injunctions and to defeat fraud allegations.

Let us take it from here.

+44 (0)20 7814 1200

enquiries@kingsleynapley.co.uk

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