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Brown County Sex Offense Lawyers

Experienced Defense Against Sex Crime Charges in Texas

Are you in need of skilled legal representation for sex offense charges in Texas? Look no further than Woodley & Dudley. Our team of experienced Brown County sex offense attorneys is dedicated to protecting your rights and interests, offering unwavering advocacy throughout your case. With a deep understanding of the complexities involved, we strive for favorable outcomes, providing the compassionate and zealous representation you deserve. Trust Woodley & Dudley to navigate the legal landscape on your behalf, ensuring a solid defense and safeguarding your future. 

Are you facing a sex crime charge in Texas? Call Woodley & Dudley today at (325) 246-3250 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with one of our sexual offense attorneys in Brown County!

Sex Offense Cases We Handle 

Accomplished and esteemed criminal defense attorneys, we thoroughly review your case to discover any and all evidence that may aid in obtaining a successful outcome. Through our meticulous and exhaustive approach, we devise a defense strategy that protect and promotes your rights and best interests as we fight to obtain a dismissal or reduction of charges.

Woodley & Dudley represents residents throughout Central Texas who are facing misdemeanor and felony charges related to:

What are the Penalties for Sexual Offenses in Texas?

In Texas, sexual offenses carry significant penalties that vary depending on the nature and severity of the offense. These penalties can include imprisonment, fines, mandatory sex offender registration, probation, and mandatory participation in sex offender treatment programs. The specific penalties for sexual offenses are outlined in the Texas Penal Code. They can range from state jail felony charges to first-degree felony charges, depending on factors such as the age of the victim, the use of force, the presence of a weapon, or the defendant's prior criminal history. It is important to consult with experienced Brown County sex offense lawyers who can assess your case's specific circumstances and provide accurate information regarding the potential penalties you may face.

Texas Sex Offender Registry Laws

If you are convicted of a sex crime, there’s a high probability that you will be required to register with the state’s sex offender registry, which mandates the submission of the following:

  • Full name, date of birth, race, height, weight, eye and hair color
  • Social Security number, license plate number, and telephone number
  • Home address, work address, and occupational information
  • Recent photograph
  • Online login and alias account information

This information is provided to the Texas Department of Public Safety and included in the DPS Sex Offender Database, a public and searchable online database.

Defenses to Sex Offenses in Texas

When facing sex offense charges in Texas, you must understand that several defenses may be available to you. While the viability of each defense depends on the specific details of your case, some common defenses in sex offense cases include:

  • Consent: If you can demonstrate that the alleged sexual activity was consensual and mutually agreed upon by all parties involved, it may serve as a viable defense.
  • Lack of intent: You may argue that you did not have the intention to commit a sexual offense or engage in any illegal sexual conduct.
  • Mistaken identity: If you believe you have been wrongfully identified as the perpetrator of the alleged offense, presenting evidence that supports your alibi or challenges the accuracy of the identification can be a defense strategy.
  • False accusations: In some cases, individuals may falsely accuse others of sexual offenses due to various motives. Providing evidence to prove the accusations are fabricated or motivated by ulterior motives can be an effective defense.
  • Police misconduct or procedural errors: If law enforcement officials violated your rights during the investigation, arrest, or collection of evidence, it might be possible to challenge the legality of the procedures, potentially leading to the dismissal of charges or exclusion of evidence.
  • Lack of evidence: If the prosecution fails to present sufficient evidence to establish your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, it can be a strong defense in your case.

Navigating the complexities of sex offense defenses requires the expertise of experienced Brown County sex offense attorneys. They can analyze the unique aspects of your situation and develop a tailored defense strategy to protect your rights and pursue the best possible outcome.

Contact Our Brown County Sex Offense Attorneys Today 

If you face sex offense charges in Texas, the stakes are high, and the need for skilled legal representation cannot be overstated. Woodley & Dudley, your trusted legal team, understands the gravity of these allegations and is committed to providing you with exceptional defense against sex offense charges. Our experienced Brown County sex offense attorneys will tirelessly advocate for your rights, employing a comprehensive understanding of Texas laws and defenses specific to sexual offenses. Trust our team to fight for your future, safeguard your rights, and strive for the most favorable outcome possible in your sex offense case.

Contact Woodley & Dudley today to schedule a consultation with one of our sex offense lawyers in Brown County!


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