Killeen Indecency with a Child Lawyer
If someone has accused you of committing indecency with a child you need to contact a Killeen Indecency
with a Child Lawyer now. Don't wait or give up your rights before talking to an experienced Killeen
indecency with a child lawyer. If you have been accused of a sex crime it is likely a detective or police officer
is attempting to build a case around the allegations. Contact Waco indecency
with a child attorney, Ed Brown to determine what you need to do to protect your rights.
If you are contacted by an investigator or a police officer wanting to ask you some questions about
an allegations, you should call us immediately. Your calls are welcome and your initial consultation
is FREE. Tell the officer you will call him or her back after you talk to your Waco indecency with a
child attorney. Immediately contact a Killeen indecency with a child lawyer to discuss your
rights and options. You need to talk to a sex crime lawyer even before talking to friends, family or even the
clergy. The police officer will often tell you they only want to get your side of the allegations and that you will
not be arrested. The officer by not placing you under arrest has eliminated the requirement that he inform you of
your rights. Also, by making it appear as though he has not formed an opinion as to your guilt he is hoping that
you will freely discuss matters that you have no requirement to disclose.
Temple Indecency with a Child Attorney
A conviction involving indecency with a child will result in you having to register as a
sex offender. Even taking a plea bargain for unadjudication community supervision will result in you having to
register as a sex offender.
Waco Indecency with a Child Attorney
To learn about the law, your rights and your options, call or email
Temple indecency with a child attorney Ed Brown at
254-634-2587 now. Initial consultation is FREE.
Indecency With A Child - Texas Penal Code § 21.11.
(a) A person commits an offense if, with a child younger than 17 years
of age, whether the child is of the same or opposite sex, the person:
(1) engages in sexual contact with the child or causes the child to
engage in sexual contact; or
(2) with intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any
(A) exposes the person's anus or any part of the person's genitals,
knowing the child is present; or
(B) causes the child to expose the child's anus or any part of the
(b) It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section that the actor:
(1) was not more than three years older than the victim and of the opposite sex;
(2) did not use duress, force, or a threat against the victim at the time of the offense; and
(3) at the time of the offense:
(A) was not required under Chapter 62, Code of Criminal Procedure, to register for life as a sex offender;
(B) was not a person who under Chapter 62 had a reportable conviction or adjudication for an offense under this
(b-1) It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section
that the actor was the spouse of the child at the time of the offense.