The consequences of being charged in Federal court are serious. Being the subject or target of a federal criminal investigation or prosecution can be one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. The touchstone of our effort is to be aggressive and proactive in implementing strategies to prevent criminal charges from being filed or, failing that, to fight vigorously any charges that may be brought against our clients. Individuals and businesses who think they are under investigation for a federal crime often contact us before they speak with investigators or receiving a grand jury subpoena.
No other crime carries the same stigma as sex crime allegations. We understand this and we understand how to defend against sex crime allegations. For nearly two decades defending against sex crime allegations has been a core of Kresta Daly’s practice. Sex crime allegations often come up when there are other legal matters pending. For example, people use sex crime allegations as a sword in divorce cases, child custody battles or in an effort to obtain large financial settlements – sometimes for conduct that never occurred.
We work tirelessly to protect the innocent and expose the abuses of people who are supposed to protect our society. Providing legal representation to people who are unable to fight for their own rights is some of the most fulfilling work we do. We represent individuals in a broad range of civil rights and civil liberties cases from prisoners and parolees suffering from unconstitutional and abusive conditions to citizens being assaulted and mistreated by law enforcement.
Corporations, executives and employees increasingly find their business decisions are the subject of criminal investigations. We have unparalleled experience guiding individuals and corporations, large and small, through the treacherous waters of criminal investigations and trials. Kresta works quickly, learning as much about the facts of the case as she possibly can. Interviewing witnesses and obtaining documents when information is still fresh. For nearly two decades, white collar criminal defense has been a core part of our practice.
By definition, sexual harassment is any unwanted sexual contact that either occurs when employment or a promotion is conditioned on the submission of unwelcome sexual advances or unwelcome sexual conduct that is severe and pervasive enough to create an unpleasant work environment. Sexual harassment is a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Sexual harassment is not hard to define. If someone else’s conduct makes you uncomfortable that’s a problem, a problem you shouldn’t have to tolerate because you are afraid you will lose your job or no one will believe you.
Sexual harassment can include such things as unwelcome sexual advances, requests or demands for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature when this conduct implicitly or explicitly affects a person’s employment, interferes with a person’s employment, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work employment. Under the law, there are certain steps that must be met before you can file a l