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How Long Do You Stay on the Texas Sex Offender Registry?

How Long Do You Stay on the Texas Sex Offender Registry?

  • September 16th, 2020
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 Did you know that Texas ranks 13th in the nation when it comes to how many sex offenders reside in the state? According to statistics, there are about 325 registered sex offenders per 100,000 Texans. That’s not a statistic you…

Consent Laws in Texas: What You Need to Know

Consent Laws in Texas: What You Need to Know

  • April 22nd, 2020
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Have you ever had a sexual relationship with someone only to later regret it? What if you pushed your boundaries and had sex with someone who didn’t consent? Have you committed a sex crime? Countless people have felt blindsided by…

Deregistering as a Sex Offender in Texas

Deregistering as a Sex Offender in Texas

  • December 20th, 2017
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If you have questions about deregistering as a sex offender in Texas, here’s what you should know. Sex offenders in Texas may deregister, allowing them to legally remove themselves from the sex offender registry in Texas. The laws of Texas…

5 Defenses for Fighting an Indecent Exposure Charge

5 Defenses for Fighting an Indecent Exposure Charge

  • October 18th, 2017
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Indecent exposure is against the law. Even if you didn’t expose yourself to a minor or another person, you could be charged with a serious sex offense or even be required to register as a sex offender. It probably doesn’t…

False Accusations of Rape or Sexual Assault in Texas

False Accusations of Rape or Sexual Assault in Texas

  • July 26th, 2017
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A false accusation of rape is very serious in Texas or anywhere in the United States. In many instances, Texas law enforcement will initiate an investigation based on the purported victim’s statement that a sexual assault occurred. If charges are filed against…

The Indecent Exposure Laws of Texas

The Indecent Exposure Laws of Texas

  • May 10th, 2017
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Texas law governs the behaviors that people may engage in when they are in a public place. Violent or dangerous acts, such as assault and robbery, are prohibited by law. However, activities that offend another persons’ sensibilities or disturb the…

Sexting Laws in Texas

  • July 27th, 2016
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Texas Laws on Sexting “Sexting” is an activity which involves using an electronic device, usually a smart phone or digital camera, to take explicit photos and send them to another person. This activity has increased in popularity as smart phones…

How Brock Turner Could Have Been Prosecuted in Texas

  • July 6th, 2016
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What if the Brock Turner Case Happened in Texas? Brock Turner was a college student who was convicted of sexual assault after he was found molesting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster on his college campus. The case generated a…

Sexual Assault in Texas: Laws, Investigations, and Penalties

  • April 27th, 2016
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Sexual Assault Laws in Texas In Texas, the term sexual assault refers to a variety of illegal sexual actions that are committed without the consent of the person being acted upon. All types of sexual assault are serious crimes in…

Improper Relationship Between Educator and Student: A Breach of Trust

  • April 13th, 2016
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Improper Student/Educator Relationships in Texas When students attend school, they are expected to behave in a manner that allows them to learn and study. However, their teachers are also expected to conduct themselves in a way that is appropriate for…