Sex crime charges can change your life forever, even before you're found guilty of a crime. The insinuation that you've done something wrong can be hard to overcome; your coworkers, family and friends may be directly affected by the situation and the stress it places on you and them. The public stigma of a sex offense is long-lasting, even when you aren't found guilty. The media can take over, adding allegations to your case that simply aren't true.
When you're accused of a sex crime, it's important to protect yourself and the ones you love. The public tends to pressure the prosecution to convict alleged sex offenders, even if the case doesn't have enough evidence to do so. Because of this, it's important to have your case in the hands of someone who is familiar with the defense you need.