Protecting Your Rights When Facing Sex Crimes Charges

If you have been arrested and charged with a sex crime in Texas, you want an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney, one who has successfully tried these types of cases before. In many situations, much of the evidence is circumstantial or based on hearsay. There can be significant issues regarding the admissibility and credibility of testimony or another evidence. An attorney who has handled the defense of sex crimes charges will help you know when you should consider a plea bargain and when you should take your case to trial.

Herrmann & Weaver Attorneys at Law, in Amarillo, has defended individuals throughout the Texas Panhandle and New Mexico in a wide range of criminal charges for over 16 years. As former prosecutors, both of the firm's lawyers have extensive trial experience. Both are board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Contact the firm to schedule a free initial consultation.

Aggressive Sex Crimes Defense

In Texas, conviction on a sex crimes charge can lead to a lengthy prison sentence and a requirement that you register as a sex offender. This can result in lifetime supervision. The lawyers at Herrmann & Weaver Attorneys at Law understand all the minute details of a sex crimes prosecution and have the experience you need to deal with these types of cases.

Attorneys Herrmann and Weaver defend men and women charged with such sex crimes, including:

  • Failing to register as a sex offender. In Texas, the requirement to register as a sex offender is lifelong. If you have been convicted of certain sex crimes, you must meet the requirements of registration every time you move.
  • Sexual assault.
  • Aggravated sexual assault. Aggravated sexual assault is a felony of the first degree in Texas, involving violence or the threat of violence.
  • Sexual assault of a child. Often, the mere allegation of sexual improprieties with a child can have a devastating effect on your life and livelihood. In these situations, the evidence of molestation or other wrongdoing is often in the form of testimony from children, who don't understand the allegations and may be improperly coached.
  • Indecency with a child. Though less serious than sexual assault on a child, a charge of indecency with a child can carry similar consequences, including social stigma, damaged reputation and criminal penalties, including incarceration.
  • Rape.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today

For a free initial consultation with an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney, email or call the firm at 806-553-1912. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

Our attorneys are board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.