Sexual Abuse2018-07-15T22:54:11+00:00

Sexual Abuse Charges in Brazos County

Sexual abuse charges are a very serious legal problem. They require the immediate assistance of a skilled Brazos County sex crime lawyer. There are several types of sexual abuse charges, with varying penalties, all of which can lead to time spent in state prison. Many also require registration as a sex offender. The types of sexual abuse charges include serious felonies such as child sexual abuse, aggravated sexual assault, possession of child pornography, sexual abuse accusations against a priest, minister or other religious worker, as well as sexual abuse accusations related to nursing home residents or others.

These are serious criminal allegations and can lead to years in prison if convicted. In some cases the accusations are not true, but must be defended in court even if you’re innocent. Regrettably, innocence may not be enough to ensure you won’t face conviction. Nonetheless, the first step is to secure legal representation from a skilled Brazos County sex crime lawyer. Our legal team will review the evidence and determine how to move forward with a defense in your case.

Sexual Abuse Defense in Bryan-College Station!

How do you defend a serious charge of sexual abuse? First, we carefully evaluate every aspect of the evidence that resulted in your arrest. If the case is related to accusations strictly from one individual with no other evidence, our focus may be to aggressively discredit the key complaining witness. On the other hand, when there is supporting evidence (or testimony from others), it may be necessary to employ an independent investigator to research all aspects of the accusation and find evidence to bring to court on your behalf.

How your case is presented to a jury will have tremendous impact upon the jury verdict. But not all defense attorneys have the talents in the courtroom possessed by our legal team. In many cases, there is a natural bias against the accused, even when they are completely innocent. Overcoming and identifying this tendency to assume guilt is the first step in a successful defense. Challenging the prosecutor’s evidence, aggressively cross-examining witnesses, and finding the holes in their case is all part of our daily business.

 

Contact a Brazos County sex crimes lawyer for a seasoned defender with outstanding courtroom skill.