Sex Crimes

Being charged with a crime in New Zealand can affect your reputation and your standing in the community. Being charged with a sex crime, particularly one involving a young person, is still more damaging. And being convicted of a sex crime will follow you, in various ways, for the rest of your life. That is why, if you find yourself facing a charge on a sex-related crime, you must secure the best help as quickly as possible. It is essential to protecting your liberty, your livelihood, and your relationships.

Types of Sex Crimes in New Zealand

Though some crimes are clearly more serious than others, New Zealand takes all types of sex offences seriously, both in terms of prosecuting and in punishing the convicted. By the same token, to Baden Meyer, there is no such thing as a “minor” offence. No matter what the charge, he gives his all to making sure you have the most thorough representation possible against charges including (but not limited to) the following:

  1. Rape (sexual violation)
  2. Indecent assault
  3. Unlawful sexual connection
  4. Possession of objectionable material

What’s at Risk?

If you’re charged with a sexual offence, you already know that you could be facing prison time. You could face court-ordered supervision or community service. In some case an Extended Supervision Order can be imposed; restricting your freedom in the future.

Protect Your Future

With so much at stake, you need a lawyer who is not only committed to your case but has the skill to defeat the charges against you. Baden Meyer is an experienced barrister who is deeply familiar with all New Zealand courts. Contact Baden Meyer without delay to learn how he can support you in your fight against the charges you are facing.

ABOUT BADEN

Baden Meyer attended Otago University graduating with an LLB in 2000. Following his admission as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2002 Baden worked as a member of several litigation teams in various highly regarded New Zealand firms before becoming a member of the independent bar in 2010.

Baden decided to become a barrister and work for himself because he enjoys the client contact and is energised by the challenge of advocating for his clients, whether in negotiation or litigation. Baden is able to keep his finger on the pulse of his clients’ matters at all times, from start to finish.

Contact Us

Baden Meyer - Barrister
Level 5, 43 High Street, Auckland City
PO Box 105-629 Auckland 1143
Phone: 021 02711653
Email: law@badenmeyer.com