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Aggravated Sexual Assault

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Question: What should I do if I’m charged with aggravated sexual assault?


If you’re charged with aggravated sexual assault in Texas, it’s important to hire an experienced lawyer, who has handled these cases in the past, and will put the time in defending you on this case. It’s important in these cases to view the scene of the alleged incident, if possible. It’s important to talk to witnesses, get all the background, and find out when the person made the statement. All those things play a role in determining whether or not your case is defendable, and can be won. Aggravated Sexual Assault The case requires an all-out defense because if you’re convicted for aggravated sexual assault, you’ll have to report as a sex offender for your entire life, and it makes finding a job impossible. It’s really important that you put together an all-out defense in defending a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

Were you or a loved one accused of sexual assault? Contact a San Antonio sex crime lawyer at Rush & Gransee today for a consultation on your case and all of your potential defenses. Let our experience work for you. Attorney Kurt W. Gransee has achieved the highest rating of superb on Avvo.

Successful Case Defending Aggravated Sexual Assault

Jonathan G. – The defendant was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child.  If found guilty the Defendant would be sentenced to prison and lifetime registration as a sex offender.  Any plea to aggravated sexual assault, if offered, would require lifetime registration as a sex offender.  During the pretrial phase we provided the prosecution with psychological and sex offender evaluations which were beneficial to our client.  Ultimately the case was reduced to injury to a child and the defendant was given deferred adjudication, thereby avoiding a conviction and lifetime registration as a sex offender.