Killeen Obscenity Lawyer
If someone has accused you of committing obscenity you need to contact a Bell and McLennan County
Criminal Defense Lawyer now. Don't wait or give up your rights before talking to an
experienced Killeen obscenity lawyer. If you have been accused of obscenity it is
likely a detective or police officer is attempting to build a case around the allegations. Contact Killeen Obscenity Lawyer, 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 attorney.
Immediately contact a Killeen Obscenity Lawyer to discuss your rights and
options. The need to talk to someone about the allegations will be strong. Talking to anyone needs to be
avoided until you talk to a Killeen obscenity lawyer because the prosecutor can call
these friends and family members to testify at your trial.
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. Often an arrest warrant is immediately
prepared after an accused has talked to a detective investigating a sex crime.
Killeen Obscenity Attorney
As an experienced Killeen obscenity attorney, I believe clients should be educated about the law. To learn
about the law, your rights and your options, call or email Killeen
Obscenity Attorney Ed Brown at 254-634-2587. Initial
consultation is FREE.
Obscenity - Texas Penal Code § 43.23.
(a) A person commits an offense if, knowing its content and character, he wholesale promotes or possesses with
intent to wholesale promote any obscene material or obscene device.
(b) Except as provided by Subsection (h) , an offense under Subsection (a) is a state jail felony.
(c) A person commits an offense if, knowing its content and character, he:
(1) promotes or possesses with intent to promote any obscene material or obscene device; or
(2) produces, presents, or directs an obscene performance or participates in a portion thereof that is obscene
or that contributes to its obscenity.