Sex Crimes Attorney McKinney & Whole Collin County TX
There is a particular stigma that follows you when you are accused of a sex crime, even if you are innocent. Sex crimes are serious offenses that carry heavy punishments, including jail time and fines. Depending on the charge, you could be in prison for the rest of your life if convicted. That is why you need an experienced attorney on your side looking out for your best interests and fighting on your behalf. If you are being accused of a sex crime, contact the Lucé Law Firm and get the aggressive representation you need during this difficult time.
Types of Sex Crimes
There are several types of sex crimes under the Texas Penal Code. Some of these sex crimes include the following charges:
- Criminal solicitation of a minor (under 17)
- Indecency with a child
- Sexual assault
- Aggravated kidnapping
- Public lewdness
- Indecent exposure
- Sale, distribution, or display of harmful material to minor (under 18)
- Possession or promotion of child pornography
If you have been arrested or charged with any of the sex crimes above, immediately call an attorney at Lucé Law for assistance. Do not talk to the police and only ask to speak to your attorney.
Texas Sex Crimes
When you are charged with a sex crime, you are considered a danger to society. In order to change your future, you need the help of an attorney familiar with Texas sex crime laws. Most sex crimes are considered felonies and carry severe consequences, including long prison sentences and being labeled as a sex offender for the remainder of your life. To ensure you get fair treatment, contact one of our sex crimes attorneys today.
GPS-Sex Crimes Tracking Problems
States are moving to track sex crime offenders using GPS monitoring. This monitoring can last even past parole, allowing authorities to know the location of any sex offender at any time. This permanent deprivation of the most fundamental rights may make the public feel safer, but poses some very basic questions about freedom. The majority of individuals who have committed a sex crime are not predatory, and GPS wouldn’t have prevented the crime from occurring. Our attorneys believe that once you have served your time, you should be afforded the basic right of privacy. There are several cases questioning the constitutionality of monitoring. As always, we will keep our clients updated on the current status of GPS tracking of convicted offenders.