Conroe Sex Crimes Lawyer
Compassionate Defense in Montgomery County, TX
Were you charged with a sex offense? Get the aggressive help that you need from Douglas W. Atkinson, Attorney at Law. Since 1998, Doug Atkinson has fought to protect clients against serious criminal charges, and he has proven himself as an aggressive advocate for the rights of the accused. He understands the importance of choosing the right Conroe sex crimes attorney to represent you in your case.
Schedule a free consultation about your case right away. Call (936) 681-0031 or contact Douglas W. Atkinson, Attorney at Law online.
Cases We Handle
Once you are charged with a crime, you only have a few weeks to build a strong defense and prepare for the challenges ahead. At Douglas W. Atkinson, Attorney at Law, their goal is to not only provide you with a clear path to take, but also to help you feel confident about your situation.
Our firm defends clients facing charges of:
- Promotion of child pornography
- Possession of child pornography
- Distribution of child pornography
- Child molestation
- Sexual assault
- Online solicitation of a minor
- Sexual assault of a child
- Indecency with a child
- Indecent exposure
- Public lewdness
- Improper student / teacher relationship
- Promotion of prostitution
Your rights are Doug Atkinson's top priority. For many people facing criminal charges, it is natural to feel alone and hopeless. Doug's track record of successful case outcomes and compassionate advocacy have earned him an outstanding reputation in the Montgomery County legal community.
Doug's résumé includes:
- Trial-tested defense in Texas since 1998
- Proven track record of not guilty verdicts and case dismissals
- Avvo Clients' Choice Award in both 2015 and 2017
- 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating
- Ranking among The National Trial Lawyers' Top 100 Trial Attorneys
Fighting Child Molestation Charges
These crimes involve the inappropriate sexual contact with a minor. If it is believed to have regularly occurred, it can be considered a first degree felony. In Texas, any child who is under the age of 14 is believed to be unable to give sexual consent. Someone 3 years older than a victim between the ages of 14 and 17 can also be arrested.
Protection in Rape Allegations
No matter whether the criminal charge involved spousal, statutory, or date rape, criminal accusations of rape can affect your entire life. Not only will you be forced to deal with the immediate effect on your reputation, but you will also have severe penalties that can range from imprisonment to mandatory counseling and registration as a sex offender.
Sexual assault is defined in § 22.011 of the Texas Penal Code as forced sexual actions without consent (ex: forced penetration or contact). This most often a second degree felony offense that carries life-altering consequences, such as sex offender registration.
Solicitation of a Minor
It is considered a crime in the state of Texas to go online with the purpose of meeting a minor and convincing them to meet you in real life. Penalties will vary depending on the circumstances of the solicitation and any of the other related actions.
Put decades of experience on your side now by calling (936) 681-0031.
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