Sex Crimes In Texas

Our Proven Houston Sex Crime Attorneys Can Defend You

Those convicted of crimes unfortunately must often live with the stigma of prior criminal activity for years after their offense. Sex crimes however, can come with a similar stigma before a guilty verdict is even rendered. These allegations capture the community and media's attention and require staunch, aggressive, and dedicated counsel to decisively protect the future and reputation of the accused.

If you have been charged of a sex crime, then the time to speak with dedicated Houston sex crimes lawyer is today. At The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC, our knowledgeable and dynamic legal team has more than 60 years of combined experience. We know the gravity of these allegations and are well-versed in the proactive, vigilant legal prowess needed to dispel a sex crime charge and stay ahead of both the prosecution and, if needed, the media.

Don't hesitate to start protecting your future. Contact us today to request a free case evaluation.

The Scope Of Our Sex Crimes Counsel

"Sex crimes" is an umbrella term for any criminal offense that involves sexually involved behavior or materials. Our team brings a comprehensive approach to our client's needs and allows us to handle a wide range of different cases.

We are prepared to handle:

  • Indecency with a child — Texas Penal Code § 21.11
  • Sexual performance by a child — Texas Penal Code § 43.25
  • Sexual assault (rape) — Texas Penal Code § 22.011
  • Aggravated sexual assault — Texas Penal Code § 22.021
  • Trafficking of persons — Texas Penal Code § 20A.02
  • Prostitution — Texas Penal Code § 43.02
  • Compelling prostitution — Texas Penal Code § 43.05
  • Possession or promotion of child pornography — Texas Penal Code § 43.26

Penalties of these crimes can vary, but nearly all of them are serious felonies. For more information on your specific charge and what consequences you could be facing, contact our firm today at 832-530-4070.

Registration As A Sex Offender

Texas law requires that all citizens convicted of a sexual offense must register as sex offender with the Texas Department of Public Safety. This will mean that your information will be maintained by local law enforcement, be accessible to the public, and that, if the offense was serious enough, your local community will be notified of your residence in their neighborhood. Failure to comply with sex offender registration policies can result in further criminal penalties.

Your rights, however, can be protected during this difficult time. Ensure that the facts are properly presented and that you stand every chance of a dismissal or reduction. Contact our firm today. Se habla español.