When you or someone you care for is accused and/or charged with allegations of child abuse or any sex crime, these allegations can be devastating. While each case is unique, new developments in forensic and basic science can allow a person who is accused to prove their innocence.
Kim Hart has over 30 years of experience providing consulting and support services to defense teams during the investigative, pretrial, trial, and appeals stages of child abuse and sex crime cases. Many of these child abuse and sex crime cases have been high-profile, and most cases resulted in successful outcomes for the clients.
Ms. Hart works with your lawyer to plan and develop specialized defense strategies for those needing help defending their innocence including, but not limited to, allegations of:
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Child Physical Abuse
- Shaken Baby/Non-Accidental Head Injury
- Child Neglect
- Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse
- Adult Sexual Assault
- Adult Rape Allegations
Is your lawyer good but doesn’t have much experience successfully defending these types of cases, Ms. Hart is well-known for working with lawyers who do not have a lot of experience in child sex or physical abuse cases and/or adult sexual assault cases.
Need a more aggressive lawyer for your defense? Ms. Hart knows competent lawyers with experience in defending these cases in every state in the United States and several in Canada. Ms. Hart will connect you to these lawyers.
Ms. Hart’s team has also been very successful with appellate work for those wrongfully convicted of child abuse. Furthermore, Ms. Hart has also works on civil litigation cases relevant to child abuse and sex crime cases. In fact, Ms. Hart has been an international advocate for the falsely accused and has appeared on over 100 talk and radio shows.
Ms. Hart also has continuing communication with leading professionals and expert witnesses. These professionals are located throughout the world and allow Ms. Hart to stay abreast of the most current developments in medicine, science, and psychology in relation to defending these types of cases. This knowledge allows Ms. Hart to help lawyers provide effective defenses for their clients. In fact, Ms. Hart’s work has recently led to several pretrial dismissals of serious child abuse allegations.
If you are an attorney or you have been accused of child abuse, please call Ms. Hart at 419-868-6016 or head to the contact page.
PLEASE NOTE: Ms. Hart is not an attorney and does not give legal advice. All work product is submitted directly to the attorney for the accused.