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Sex Crime Allegations Can Ruin Your Future

You are legally presumed innocent until proven guilty, but if you have been accused of committing a sexual criminal offense in Houston, McAllen, or El Paso, you may find that the reverse is true. Even the simple fact that you have been named as the suspect in a sex crime investigation will often lead other people to assume that you are guilty of the charges, and this can have a devastating effect on your career, your reputation and even your personal and familial relationships.

Sex Offender Registration in Texas

To make matters worse, if you end up being convicted you would most likely be ordered to register with the Texas Department of Public Safety as a sex offender, which means that anyone in the general public would be able view your profile with information including:

  • Your personal photograph
  • Your home address and place of employment
  • A detailed physical description of you
  • Information about the crime for which you were convicted
  • The gender and age of the alleged victim

There is simply too much at stake for you to be able to afford taking any chances with the outcome of this situation. Contact us now at Guerra & Farah, PLLC for a confidential free consultation with a criminal defense attorney in McAllen. We are ready to meet with you to discuss the situation, to listen to your side of the story and to help you make informed decisions about your legal options. Our attorneys are ready to take on even the most serious sex crime charges, including possession of child pornography, indecency with a child and sexual assault, and we are prepared to take immediate action on your case.

Don't speak with the police. Consult an attorney for Houston sex crime charges.

The one thing you must not do when facing sex crime allegations is to talk about the situation with anyone but your attorney. This is because statements you make could end up being used against you as evidence. For example, the police will often use a pretext call to obtain a confession, by having the alleged victim make a recorded phone call to the suspect in order to demand an explanation or an apology.

Don't run the risk of incriminating yourself - hire us to represent you throughout the criminal process and to fight to clear your name of the charges!

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