Bryan & College Station Sex Crime Lawyers
Defending Clients Accused of Sex Crimes
A conviction for a sex crime is a life-changing experience. Penalties for any such offense can mean years in prison, heavy fines, and lifetime placement on Texas’s sex offender registry. It can also be hard to find a job or place to live after a sex crime conviction. These reasons are why you should seek experienced legal counsel when you face sex crime charges.
Rodriguez & Gimbert, P.L.L.C. can provide the legal support you need during this difficult time. We understand what’s at stake when someone is unfairly accused of a sex crime. It may be possible to avoid a conviction or minimize the impact of one with our assistance. Rest assured that our capable sex crime attorneys in Bryan and College Station can fully evaluate your legal situation and provide a defense that keeps the best possible outcomes within reach.
Types of Sex Crime Charges We Can Handle
Rodriguez & Gimbert, P.L.L.C. can provide the legal support you need to defend against misdemeanor or felony sex crime charges. Regardless of the severity of your conviction, you can become a registered sex offender for 10 years or life. We have the legal experience and skills necessary to help you avoid the worst possible scenario.
Common sex crime charges we can handle include the following:
- Internet Sex Crimes
- Sexual Assault and Rape
- Indecent Exposure
- Child Pornography (production, possession, and/or distribution)
We can address any other sex crime charge as well. As compassionate attorneys, we understand that those facing sex crime charges may be unfairly accused. When you reach out to us for help, we can provide the legal support you need to contend with this difficult situation.
Exploring Defense Strategies for Sex Crime Charges
Being accused of a sex crime can have severe consequences on your reputation, future, and personal relationships. At Rodriguez & Gimbert, P.L.L.C., our experienced Bryan & College Station sex crime lawyers understand the gravity of these charges and are dedicated to providing a strong defense for our clients.
When facing sex crime charges, it is crucial to have a skilled defense attorney who can explore various defense strategies tailored to your specific case. Some defense strategies we may employ include:
- Challenging the evidence: Our attorneys will thoroughly examine the evidence against you, looking for any inconsistencies, errors, or violations of your rights that can be used to challenge the prosecution's case.
- Questioning witness credibility: We will carefully evaluate the credibility of any witnesses involved, including cross-examining them to expose any inconsistencies or ulterior motives.
- Proving consent: In some cases, we may argue that the alleged sexual activity was consensual, presenting evidence or witnesses to support this claim.
- Mistaken identity: If there is a possibility of mistaken identity, we will investigate and present evidence to cast doubt on the accuracy of the identification.
- Violation of constitutional rights: If your rights were violated during the investigation or arrest, we will fight to have any evidence obtained illegally suppressed.
By employing these defense strategies and leveraging our extensive knowledge of sex crime laws in Texas, we aim to protect your rights, reputation, and future. Our goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for your case, whether that is a reduction in charges, dismissal, or acquittal.
Don't face sex crime charges alone. Contact Rodriguez & Gimbert, P.L.L.C. today to schedule a consultation and discuss your defense options.
We Can Help You Avoid the Sex Offender Registry
Convicted sex offenders in Texas are required to register with the state’s sex offender registry. This is a publicly accessible database that details the identities of convicted sex offenders and the nature of their convictions. Becoming a registered sex offender can expose you to limitations on housing and employment as well as embarrassment and ostracization from your community.
Most sex crime convictions require lifetime registration while a few of the least severe convictions require 10 years of registration. There are many requirements for registering as a sex offender, including doing so upon moving and renewing registration several times a year. Failing to properly register as a sex offender throughout the year is a felony, which can result in imprisonment for up to 20 years.
Avoiding these consequences is possible with help from an experienced sex crime lawyer in Bryan and College Station. Reach out to Rodriguez & Gimbert, P.L.L.C. today to request your free case review.
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