A conviction for soliciting prostitution can cause serious damage to a person's reputation. Fortunately, an arrest need not necessarily result in a conviction, especially if the accused puts forward an aggressive defense.
Society views the sexual abuse of a child as one of the most heinous of crimes, and rightly so. But the more awful the alleged crime, the greater the injustice for an innocent person who is wrongly accused. Accusations of child sex abuse can destroy a person's reputation and result in a prison sentence and a listing on a public registry of sex offenders.
Authorities from several state and federal agencies, working jointly as the Houston Human Trafficking Task Force, have arrested thirteen people on charges of operating an international prostitution organization. The accused, six men and seven women, include citizens of the United States and of Mexico. The charges include conspiracy to commit sex trafficking and money laundering. It will take an aggressive defense to fight these charges.
When a person is arrested for alleged sex crimes, they can feel as if their life has been thrown into a tailspin. If convicted, they face a potenially long prison sentence, plus the lifelong humiliation of being listed on a sex offender registry, which effectively makes them outcasts in their communities. These are the potential consequences a Houston-area teacher now faces.
When a man is accused of being a sex offender and is wanted for subsequent crimes, he needs a strong defense. However, when those alleged crimes warrant him being placed on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive list, that man requires an immediate and aggressive defense.
When someone is accused of any type sexual behavior involving a minor, a strong defense is required. Recently in the Texas Hill Country eight men were arrested for various crimes, including Internet solicitation of a minor.
When accusations of any alleged sex crimes are made, the defendant requires a serious defense. When those crimes include a charge of alleged indecency by contact with a female student at a school, the defendant requires an especially aggressive defense.
When someone is charged with rape, he often requires a strong defense. However, when a man is charged with alleged child sex abuse of a girl who is 11-years-old, he requires an aggressive defense.
When a Texas man is accused of sending lewd photos to a 14-year-old girl, he needs an aggressive defense. This is all the more true when that man is also accused of a sexual assault that allegedly occurred as an act of revenge against the teen's family.
Being accused of sex crimes requires a serious defense. This is particularly true if the allegations involve a minor. According to recent reports, Texas police are looking for someone connected to an incident involved physical and sexual assault. As police prepare to make arrests, suspects may wish to take precautions to ensure their legal rights are protected.