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Former North Carolina State employee accused of sex offenses

Allegations of sex crimes are often complicated. Because of the seriousness of the accusations, they deserve a thorough investigation. However, in many cases, there may be very little evidence to support the claims beyond the testimony of an alleged victim. One man in North Carolina will likely be fighting charges after he was arrested and charged with multiple sex offenses.

The 44-year-old man is a former employee of North Carolina State University. However, university officials say that the charges the man now faces have nothing to do with his role as a custodian. The allegations against the man range from 2007 to 2014. While details regarding the evidence that led to his arrest are unclear, he is now facing multiple charges, including a first-degree sex offense with a child, first-degree rape and taking indecent liberties.

The man's three children are currently with child protective services. A family member close to the situation claims she is unclear why charges were filed. She additionally states that they are likely as a result of an ongoing family dispute.

Because of the nature of these crimes, there are typically relatively severe consequences if a person is convicted of sex offenses. Because people who face such charges in North Carolina want to ensure they receive a fair trial, they turn to an experienced criminal law attorney. A professional such as this can often provide guidance that will allow a defendant to make informed decisions regarding the direction of his or her case while ensuring that he or she is treated fairly throughout the proceedings.  

Source:, "Former NCSU employee arrested on multiple child sex charges", June 1, 2015