Sex Crimes in Texas

  • Sexual Assault
  • Continuous Sexual Assault of a Child
  • Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child Under 14
  • Sexual Assault of a Child Under 17
  • Indecency with a Child
  • Indecent Exposure

What does it mean?

There is no charge that is more of a scarlet letter offense in our society than one that requires an accused to register as a sex offender. Oftentimes, these are cases with no witnesses other than the accuser. Many times sexual assault offenses are “he said, she said.” Having an experienced attorney who knows how to investigate these cases and the credibility of the complainant is extremely important. It could be the difference in a long prison sentence and getting to live life on your terms.

When should you consult an attorney?

Right now. If you are under investigation for one of these allegations, contact the attorneys at Nickols & White, PLLC immediately. Do not go talk to the police on your own before being advised of your constitutional rights and having a strategy for defending against allegations made by someone who may have a motive to see you charged with a serious criminal offense.

Why the attorneys at Nickols & White?

The attorneys at Nickols & White have over 30 years of experience as criminal trial lawyers. Additionally, they have tried multiple sexual assault offenses to juries. You want that experience on your side when defending against one of the scariest charges we have in the criminal justice system. Contact the attorneys at Nickols & White, PLLC at (817) 617-7500 for your private consultation today.