Sexual Assault

Unlike many other types of criminal defense cases, sexual assault defense cases require an extremely delicate touch. Sexual assault is a term which encompasses rape, attempted rape, sexual abuse and battery, molestation, and other crimes. Make the wrong move – hire an attorney who only handles these cases “occasionally,” or hire an attorney based on the lowest fee you’re quoted – and you may find yourself in prison for something you may not be legally guilty of doing.

Facing Sex Crime Charges?  Proven Houston Criminal Lawyer Charles Johnson is Your Best Ally

Facing Sex Crime Charges? Proven Houston Criminal Lawyer Charles Johnson is Your Best Ally

If you’ve been accused of a sex crime, it’s critical that you understand all of the risks involved before taking any action. You may not have the knowledge and experience necessary to take the steps required to protect yourself and your future. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with Attorney Charles Johnson for more clarification and guidance.

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Charged with Sexual Assault?  Protect Your Future With the Leading Houston Sex Crimes Lawyer

Charged with Sexual Assault? Protect Your Future With the Leading Houston Sex Crimes Lawyer

Sexual Assault is a serious, life-changing event and allegation, which is why the courts take the claims so seriously. However, too frequently, there is a lack of evidence and witnesses that helps the criminal defense attorney working for the defendant to win the case. A defendant may sometimes avoid prosecution and punishment simply by just claiming a rape, molestation, attempted rape or other sexual assault act never happened. Contact Houston Lawyer Charles Johnson directly at (713) 222-7577 now to discuss your case. He is available around the clock to take your call and offers a Free Case Review over the phone.

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Arrested for Sexual Assault of a Child?  Proven Attorney Charles Johnson Can Help You

Arrested for Sexual Assault of a Child? Proven Attorney Charles Johnson Can Help You

Statutory rape refers to sexual relations involving someone below the “age of consent.” People below the age of consent cannot legally consent to having sex. This means that sex with them, by definition, violates the law. Statutory rape laws vary by state, with states setting the age of consent differently, as well as using different names to refer to this…

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Improper Relationship Between Educator and Student

At least once a year a case involving allegations of a sexual relationship between a teacher and student comes blaring across the metro section of the paper. Although the relationships are typically consensual, the teacher is prosecuted under a specific provision of the penal code prohibiting an Improper Relationship Between Educator & Student. It is important to note that the…

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