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Sex Crimes

Sex crimes are found in the Texas Penal Code (abbreviated here as “PC”). A complete list of Texas sex crimes are below. Many sex crimes convictions require mandatory “registration” as a sex offender. Some of these registration periods can be lifetime burdens. However, under some circumstances, registration requirements may be lifted. See Sex Offender Deregistration

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Sex crime prosecutions are growing at a breakneck pace in Texas. Many of these are very easy crimes to find yourself accused of, and they are hard to fight because of the very limited amount of evidence the state’s attorneys need to have to go forward with a prosecution. Often, there is only one witness, the accuser, and there is no physical evidence to support any conclusion or to use in defending yourself.

*The offense defined as “Homosexual Conduct” is still on the books as a crime in Texas, but it has been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

**The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals held that one subsection of the Online Solicitation of a Minor offense, 33.021(b), as it was written at the time, was unconstitutional.

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