Texas Law & Sexual Assault; An Overview

Texas Law & Sexual Assault; An Overview

Sexual assault is expressly defined under the Texas Penal Code Section 522.021. The Section also contains what propels an assault case to be an aggravated...
Sexual assault is expressly defined under the Texas Penal Code Section 522.021. The Section also contains what propels an assault case to be an aggravated sexual assault. This offense is considered more serious compared to the normal assault. It brings with it a heightened punishment. Attorney Jack B. Carroll, a lawyer that's consistently seen at the Harris County Criminal Justice center defending people with aggravated sexual assault cases, believes that most people that are accused of a crime involving sex are assumed to be guilty and are in dire need of an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Sexual assault victims have...
Sex Crimes, Texas, and the Consequences

Sex Crimes, Texas, and the Consequences

False Claims of Sexual Assault/Rape in Houston When a person is convicted of a sex crime, sexual assault, rape, or a sex offender violation, they...
False Claims of Sexual Assault/Rape in Houston When a person is convicted of a sex crime, sexual assault, rape, or a sex offender violation, they can face long stints in the prison system if convicted. Keep in mind that the State of Texas takes pride in locking people up and throwing away the key. This is especially true when it comes to sex crimes and cases involving child pornography. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PgKdbO6ido When an adult is accused of sexual assault by a child, people assume they're guilty because they feel that "the child has no reason to lie", but they do. It...