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Child Sex Crime Conviction in Texas and Your Future

Society has a very harsh view of sexual offenders, especially those who commit sex crimes against children. As a result, if you are convicted of a sex crime against a child, your life will never be the same, even after you serve out your sentence.

Mandatory Prison Time

If you are convicted of a sex crime against a child in Texas, you are more often than not going to prison. Texas law includes a version of Jessica’s Law, which mandates prison time for those convicted of committing a sex crime against a child. Your liberty will be taken away from you for a period of time ranging between two years and life, depending upon the charges and the circumstances of your case.

Registered Sex Offender

Once you are released from prison, you will be labeled as a sexual offender. It is likely that you will have to register as a sexual offender for life. With this designation on your record—which is public knowledge—it will be difficult for you to find a job or a place to live. You will also have to abide by a long list of restrictions for the duration of your registration as a sex offender.

Fighting For Your Future

If you have been charged with sexually abusing or assaulting a child, it is important to do whatever you can to fight these charges and avoid the serious and permanent consequences of a conviction. To learn more or to schedule a free and confidential review of your case, contact The Law Offices of Ned Barnett today.

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