Tarrant County, Texas, Sex Crime Defense Attorneys
In America today, people charged with sex crimes face the social stigma of being seen as a sexual offender or sexual predator. The charge affects all aspects of their lives and the people in it: family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers. At the law offices of Muller & Sommerville, P.A., we understand how people charged with sex crimes are affected. That is why we mount strong and aggressive sex crime defenses to a variety of charges:
We Know That Severe Penalties Call for Immediate Action
Our experienced attorneys know that when you have been accused of a sex crime, penalties can be severe. If you are found guilty, you will be forced to undergo monitoring or to register as a sexual offender or a sexual predator. Monitoring and registration will likely affect all aspects of your life including your chances at employment and where you can live. When you have been accused of a sex crime, we work aggressively to protect your rights and to fight the accusations.
For more information on sex crime defense, please see our Sex Offense Information Center.
Presenting a Strong Jimmy Ryce Defense
Because of changes in the law under the Jimmy Ryce Act (Jimmy Ryce Involuntary Civil Commitment for Sexually Violent Predators' Treatment and Care Act), sexual offenders may be forced into a mental treatment facility after serving their prison sentence. If you are facing civil commitment under the Jimmy Ryce Act, our skilled attorneys can take action to prepare a solid civil defense. We will fight for you and for your future.
Contact Muller & Sommerville, P.A.
To speak with our experienced sex crime defense attorneys and staff, call our Texas law office at (817) 515-6800. We answer our phones 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Initial consultations are always free, nonjudgmental, and confidential.