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Plano Child Sexual Assault Charges

Child Sexual Assault

Call a Plano Sex Crimes Attorney Today!

Accusations of a sex crime are extremely serious and potentially life-changing, especially when children are involved. If you are arrested and face these felony charges, your life can change in an instant, even if you are completely innocent of this crime. This is particularly true for child sexual assault offenders, who not only face a long prison sentence, but other serious penalties, including mandatory lifetime sex offender registration.

When you face child molestation targets, you face the full force of the Texas criminal justice system. It’s highly advised you speak with an experienced reputable Plano sex crimes lawyer as soon as possible and don’t face your charges alone. With more than 20 years of experience, Attorney Darlina Crowder has fought to protect the rights of those accused of all types of crimes, including sex crimes. At the Crowder Law Firm, P.C., we understand the emotional strain you are under when you face these charges, and we strive to handle each case with the utmost integrity, ethical conduct, and professionalism. Attorney Crowder is well-versed in handling sensitive issues, including high-profile cases, such as the Lisa Diaz case in 2004, which garnered national attention. Let us protect your rights and your reputation by fighting back on your behalf when you are accused of child sexual assault.

Reach out to The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. today by calling 214-544-0061 to schedule a free case evaluation.

What Defines Child Sexual Assault?

Child sexual assault is typically referred to as “child molestation” under Texas law, which is defined as any sexual contact, indecency, or abuse of an individual under the age of 17 by an individual aged 18 or older. As a result, nearly any sex crime involving a child can automatically be charged as sexual assault, including indecent exposure, lewd conduct, and more.

Penalties for Child Sexual Assault

The nature of your case will depend on the actions that took place. Sex crimes involving children are always prosecuted as a felony, which means you could face penalties for the rest of your life, even after your sentence is completed.

Child sexual assault penalties can include:

  • Prison time (including life sentences in severe cases)
  • Large fines (up to $10,000)
  • Permanent criminal record (not eligible for expungement or sealing)
  • Victim restitution
  • Mandatory sex offender registration

Sex offender registration means you will be required to register your information into the publicly available database of registered sex offenders every year. This also prohibits you from living in certain areas (such as those close to schools), or seek certain employment positions, including those in federal institutions involving children.

These cases also frequently carry a heavy social stigma. Those accused often have an extraordinarily difficult time restoring their name, even after they are proven guilty, because so many people immediately side with the alleged victim. It’s not uncommon for evidence in these cases to be highly controversial, which means you should not attempt to navigate your case without assistance from a knowledgeable and prepared legal representative.

Get help with your charges today! Contact The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. online now to start reviewing your case and developing a strategy to achieving the best possible outcome.

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