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  • Legal Options for Charges of Sexual Assault By Dallas Sex Crimes Lawyer Charles JohnsonIf you are suspected of or charged with rape or sexual assault, you are facing serious jail time and sexoffender registration. There is no question you need the biggest heavy hitter you can find to defendyou. When confronted with a rape or sexualassault charge in the Dallas area, it is importantthat you contact Texas Sexual AssaultLawyer Charles Johnson immediately; yourfreedom and your future depend on it.The average jail time for those convicted of rapeis 117 months—that’s 9.75 years. Even thosewrongfully brought up on rape charges servethis amount of time, and without a good sexcrime lawyer it’s very possible that you may facethis amount of time in jail as well. In the eyesof the law, if a jury convicts you of rape charges,you’re guilty and your reputation isruined. Proper legal representation for yourrape or sexual assault charges is vital. If you arecharged with rape or other sex charges, contact Dallas Sexual Assault Lawyer CharlesJohnson immediately, even before speaking to the police. The Charles Johnson Law Firm represents rapeand sex crime cases throughout Texas and has offices conveniently located in Dallas, Houston, Austin and SanAntonio. Attorney Johnson is available anytime night or day at (214) 234-0111 to discuss yourcase.Don’t Make A Serious Mistake: Make The Right Choice For Your Sex CrimesDefense AttorneyUnlike many other types of criminal defense cases, sexual assault defense cases require an extremely delicatetouch. Sexual assault is a term which encompasses rape, attempted rape, sexual abuse and battery,molestation, and other crimes.One of the most difficult aspects of sexual assault defense is the fact that there are rarely ever any witnessesto sexual assault crimes. In addition to the lack of witnesses, there is usually little evidence a rape, attemptedrape, molestation, or other sex crime, ever occurred. Taking away evidence and witnesses, what we are leftwith is one word vs. another – the victim’s claim, and the suspect’s defense, both people’s lives oftendrastically affected by the severity of the event and the legal outcome.It is the responsibility of your lawyer to thoroughly research all aspects of your case and assist you withwhatever legal facilitation you need through this difficult time.If you or someone you care about is facing a charge of rape or sexual assault, you can’t afford to make amistake with who you hire as your Dallas Sex Crimes Defense Attorney. These types of criminal chargesdemand an attorney that has defended these types of cases successfully for many years. Our provenresults are among the best in the legal profession in Texas. We know how to very aggressively and 1
  • successfully defend Texas sex crime charges, and we know how to make sure you are legally protected to themaximum extent possible.Make the wrong move – hire an attorney who only handles these cases “occasionally,” or hire an attorneybased on the lowest fee you’re quoted – and you may find yourself in prison for something you may not belegally guilty of doing. If you are in this situation right now, you probably have a hundred questions toask. Contact Dallas Sexual Assault Lawyer Charles Johnson anytime night or day at (214) 234-0111for your free consultation. Attorney Johnson will help you decide what, legally, you need to do.What Is Sexual Assault?“Sexual Assault” is any form of sexual contact or penetration that is committed against another personwithout his or her consent. Victims of sexual assault can be compelled to participate through physical force,fear, coercion, deception, or the use of intoxicants such as drugs or alcohol. Some types of sexual violencethat doesn’t involve force or other forms of compulsion are still considered criminal.Sexual Assault is broadly defined as the full range of forced sexual acts, including forced touching or kissing;verbally coerced intercourse; and vaginal, oral, and anal penetration. Researchers typically include in thiscategory only acts of this nature that occur during adolescence or adulthood; in other words, childhoodsexual abuse is defined separately. Both men and women can be sexually assaulted and can commit sexualassault. The vast majority of sexual assaults, however, involve male perpetrators and female victims.Other examples of sexual assault include:Date or acquaintance rape which involves non-consensual sexual intercourse committed by a date orsomeone known to the victim, such as an acquaintance, friend, co-worker, date, or spouse. This includesincidents where the victim is unable to provide consent (e.g. unconscious, asleep, or under the influence of asubstance). Most rapes are acquaintance rapes.Alcohol-involved rape: Rape in which the perpetrator, the victim, or both are under the influence of alcoholat the time of the incident.Attempted rape: An act that fits the definition of rape, in terms of the strategies used, but does not result inpenetration.Childhood sexual abuse: Sexual abuse that occurs to a child (the term “child” is generally defined as age 13or younger). Child sexual abuse is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child forsexual stimulation. Forms of child sexual abuse include asking or pressuring a child to engage in sexualactivities (regardless of the outcome), indecent exposure (of the genitals, female nipples, etc.) to a child withintent to gratify their own sexual desires or to intimidate or groom the child, physical sexual contact with achild, or using a child to produce child pornography.Date rape: Rape committed by someone that the victim is dating. Among college students, approximatelyone-half of all rapes are committed by a date.Marital rape: Rape committed by the victim’s spouse. Marital rape often is committed in association withverbal and physical abuse. 2
  • Stranger rape: Rape committed by someone that the victim does not know. Less than 20 percent of rapesare committed by strangers, although most people believe that stranger rape is the prototypical rape.“Flashing” or “Exhibitionism” involves the exposure of a person’s genitals to cause alarm or fear in anotherperson or to provoke sexual interest in the viewer.“Peeping” or “Voyeurism” is secretively observing someone, without the person’s permission, for thepurpose of sexual gratification.“Stalking” or “Cyber stalking” are forms of harassment generally comprised of repeated and persistentfollowing, calling, writing, texting, etc. with no legitimate reason and with the intention of harming, or so as toarouse anxiety or fear of harm in the person being followed or contacted.Anyone — men, women, and even children — can be sexually assaulted. Sexual assault is usually defined assexual activity between two or more people in which one of the people is coerced or threatened withharm. The sexual activity may include fondling, sexual intercourse, oral sex, and/or anal sex. The sexualaggressor can be a family member, like a husband or father, or a friend, date, acquaintance, or stranger.Sexual assault is a crime that has become an epidemic problem. Sexual assault can be an extremelystressful, terrifying event and can severely disrupt the victim’s lifestyle and coping patterns. During a sexualassault, the victim may have feelings of powerlessness and uncertainty about whether he or she willsurvive. Frequently the victim’s life is directly threatened and the victim may be physically injured in a varietyof ways. At the same time, the victim must remain alert, trying to protect him or herself from even moreharm. Children who may be present are often threatened, adding to the terror and causing the victim to feelresponsible for protecting them.Studies show that the impact of sexual assault varies from person to person. Victims may no longer feel safe,may lose self-esteem, feel powerless, and lose the ability to trust others or develop intimacy. The moreterrifying the assault, and the more the person’s life is threatened, the more problems victims usually haveafterwards. Having suffered previous traumatic events can also contribute to greater problems.Sexual assault of adolescent and adult women has been called a silent epidemic, because it occurs at highrates yet is rarely reported to the authorities. Several reasons contribute to the underreporting of sexualassault cases. Many victims do not tell others about the assault, because they fear that they will not bebelieved or will be derogated, which, according to research findings, is a valid concern. Other victims may notrealize that they have actually experienced legally defined rape or sexual assault, because the incident doesnot fit the prototypic scenario of “stranger rape.” For example, in a study by Abbey and colleagues, a womanwrote, “For years I believed it was my fault for being too drunk. I never called it ‘rape’ until much morerecently, even though I repeatedly told him ‘no’.” 3 View slide
  • Defendants Charged With Sexual Assault Unfortunately in many of these cases there is a tendency to favor the victim’s claim and assume that he or she is telling the truth, no matter the actual believability of the story. The courts are supposed to be fair and equal, but that is not always the case. This is why it is imperative that you find a lawyer that believes you, is on your side, and will be aggressive in making sure your story is heard while defending your rights and fighting for your freedom. Whether there is evidence of a crime or not, an effective and experienced criminal defense lawyer should knowhow the legal system works and how to best defend your rights and your case. Sexual Assault defenserequires many resources including precision, experience, knowledge, and dedication, all aspects that you willfind when working with our lawyers. At the Charles Johnson Law Firm, we defend each of our clients withevery available tactic, legal technique, investigative research, and more to secure their vindication andrelease. In short, we will do our best to win your case.If you have been charged with, or are charging someone with sexual assault of any sort, please protect yourrights and contact Dallas Sexual Assault Lawyer Charles Johnson anytime night or day at (214) 234-0111 to discuss your case.Victims of Sexual Assault in SocietyCultural and Religious IssuesIssues having the most profound impact on victims may, in part, be attributed to their cultural or religiousbackgrounds. For some victims, problems associated with poverty and discrimination, as well as inadequateaccess to quality health care, already have resulted in a high incidence of victimization. There may exist ageneral distrust of medical and law enforcement personnel who play vital roles in the aftermath of sexualassault, particularly if there has been a history of unpleasant or disappointing experiences with theseprofessionals.In some cultures, the loss of virginity is an issue of paramount importance which may render the victimunacceptable for an honorable marriage. In other cultures, the actual event of the assault may be a moresignificant issue of concern for the family than is the victim’s loss of virginity.Some religious doctrines prohibit a female from being disrobed in the presence of a male who is not herhusband. A genital examination by a male physician also may be forbidden. These practices are oftenconsidered a further violation of the victim, the family or both.The Elderly VictimAs with most other victims, elderly victims experience extreme humiliation, shock, disbelief and denial.However, full emotional impact of the assault may not be felt until the victim is alone, well after initial contactwith physicians, police, legal and advocacy groups. During this time, elderly victims must deal with havingbeen violated and possibly infected with sexually transmitted diseases. This is also when the elderly become 4 View slide
  • more acutely aware of their physical vulnerability, reduced resilience and mortality. Fear, anger or depressioncan be especially severe in elderly victims who are isolated, have no con?dant or live on meager incomes.Fear of losing independence as a result of family members learning about the sexual assault can be a strongdeterrent to reporting. Recognizing that the offender may be a family member, friend or caretaker is alsoimportant.The Victim with DisabilitiesPersons having mental or developmental disabilities may be confused or frightened, unsure of what occurred,or they may not even understand that they have been exploited and are victims of a crime. In sexual assaultcases involving victims with mental or developmental disabilities, using anatomically detailed dolls has provento be a successful means of communication. Only those speci?cally trained in their use should useanatomically detailed dolls. In some cases, offenders may be family members, caretakers or friends who in?ictrepeated abuse because their victims are not able to report the crimes against them.The Male VictimIt is believed that the number of adult male victims of sexual assault who report the crime or seek medicalcare or counseling represents only a very small percentage of those actually victimized. Although many adultmales do not seek medical care unless they also have been seriously injured, male child victims are now beingseen at hospitals in increasing numbers. This increase, in large measure, is a direct result of public educationand more stringent child abuse reporting laws throughout the nation.The male victim may have serious concerns regarding his inability to prevent the assault. There also may beconfusion about the nature of his role as victim/participant because of a possible involuntary physiologicalresponse to the assault, such as stimulation to ejaculation. Male victims need reassurance that they were thevictims of a violent crime which was not their fault, and that other sexually assaulted males have survived tofunction normally in every way.The Child and Adolescent VictimChildren are not small adults either physiologically or emotionally. Just as the physical examination protocolfor children is different from the protocol for adults, the emotional needs of the child are also different.Children require the services of individuals specifically trained to provide the crisis intervention, medicalexamination and long-term treatment that will surely be needed as a result of acute sexual assault or chronicsexual abuse.Adolescents are experiencing a transition from childhood to adulthood and show extremely variable reactionswhich may be a reflection of their individual developmental stage. There is no typical adolescent victim, andthe approach to each is a challenge for even the most experienced practitioner. Acquaintance or “date rape”may be the most under-reported type of sexual assault. Clearly, access to long-term treatment by specificallytrained individuals is essential for all child and adolescent victims.The Domestic Violence VictimSexual assault by a spouse or other familial is a grave indicator of the danger a victim faces and must betaken seriously. Forced sex is a factor in determining the potential for lethality; a woman who is raped by her 5
  • partner is more likely to die at his hands. Medical personnel must determine whether the victim is a domesticviolence victim so proper services and referrals can be provided.A victim who has been sexually assaulted by a partner has likely been suffering other forms of violence duringthe relationship. Many victims keep physical, emotional and sexual abuse hidden from friends and familymembers for numerous reasons: many religions and cultures prohibit divorce, the victim believes that theabuse is deserved or does not realize a crime has been committed, the victim has no support system, thevictim is financially dependent upon the abuser, or the victim fears the abuser will harm or take the children.The Homosexual VictimHomosexual male and lesbian victims are often reluctant to seek services for a number of reasons. There isconcern of encountering barriers of prejudice or homophobia, as well as fears that the assault will not betaken seriously or even perceived as a crime. Many times the homosexual community in a given area is small;this results in limited access to qualified service providers, and the fear that the entire community will ?nd outabout the attack. Another consideration is that the victim’s family, friends or co-workers may not be aware ofthe victim’s sexual orientation. Fears of ostracism by peers and family can be more traumatizing for thevictim than the attack.Bisexual and transgender victims are also at high risk for encountering prejudice and ridicule as a result ofreporting sexual assault. Recognizing that sexual assault is always a crime and knowing appropriate referralsfor victims who are not heterosexual is essential for all involved.Victimization Involving Alcohol/ DrugsAlcohol is the drug most frequently used to facilitate sexual assault. Victims often believe that because theyvoluntarily consumed alcohol, ecstasy or some other drug, they are to blame for the assault. It is important tounderstand that intoxication and the resulting diminished abilities are not causes of sexual assault; they aretools used to aid in commission of this crime.Victims who have ingested a drug or combination of drugs may not be aware that they have been sexuallyassaulted. Victims may experience unexplainable soreness or injuries or a disheveled appearance. Eventsdescribed as “dreamlike” or that cannot be remembered at all are strong indicators that toxicology screens arewarranted and should be discussed.Victim Reactions to Sexual AssaultAfter a sexual assault, victims can experience a range of responses. However, some patterns are especiallycommon. Some victims report that they have repeated and frequent memories of the sexual assault thatintrude on their thoughts and cannot be controlled; flashbacks, or a feeling as if they are reliving the sexualassault; nightmares; and difficulty sleeping. In addition, sexual assault victims may experience feelings ofbeing “on edge,” having trouble concentrating, feeling the need to continually watch over their shoulder, orbeing easily startled (for example, jumping at the sound of someone’s voice from behind). Victims also reportthat they tend to avoid reminders of the sexual assault, including avoiding places that may resemble the placewhere they were assaulted; may feel less interested in things that they used to enjoy; and may feelemotionally numb. Victims may also withdraw from social interaction or settings. When these problemspersist and disrupt daily life, mental health professionals call this group of symptoms posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD). 6
  • In addition to PTSD, sexual assault victims frequently find that they feel depressed and hopeless about thefuture, which can lead to thoughts about suicide. Many victims also report that they feel like the sexualassault was somehow “their fault,” resulting in feelings of self-blame and self-doubt. Frequently, sexualassault victims also say that they feel generally unsafe and often have difficulties with trust and intimacy. Itis also common for sexual assault victims to have questions about their physical health and develop problemsrelated to their sexual functioning. Lastly, sexual assault victims may resort to using drugs or alcohol to copewith their symptoms.Women who become victims of sexual assault typically experience the victimization as a traumatic event.There are common reactions to this kind of trauma or shock; but at the same time, each woman responds inher own unique way. 1. Fear responses: The most common victim reaction to sexual assault is fear. At the time of the assault, most victims have an overwhelming experience is fear — of being physically injured (beaten, cut, shot, etc.) or even of being killed. Fear responses associated with the assault (to certain sights, sounds, smells, thoughts, etc.) can persists for weeks, months, or even years. Victims who have been assaulted typically avoid anything which reminds them of the assault (places, situations, people, etc.). Some men and women become so fearful that they greatly restrict their activities, even to the point that they are unable to leave their homes or to be left alone. 2. Losing control: After experiencing a sexual assault, many men and women fear that they are losing control over their lives. They have been forced to participate in an act that was against their wills. They lost control over their lives at the time of the assault, and this feeling of loss of control may continue after the assault. 3. Flashbacks: Victims may re-experience the assault over and over again in their thoughts and/or in their dreams. When this happens, it is almost as though the assault is actually occurring again. This reexperience of the event is called a flashback. 4. Trouble concentrating: Sexual assault victims may find that they have trouble concentrating on things. It is as though they cannot keep their minds on what they are doing. This is can be frustrating and add to the sense of loss of control. 5. Guilty feelings: The most common source of guilty feelings are the result of self-blame. The victims tells him- or herself such things as, “I should not have been out that late,” or “I should have been dressed differently,” or “If I had been more careful about locking the door, this would not have happened.” Sexual assault victims may also feel guilty about what they had to in order to survive the assault, such as activities the victim felt he or she had to engage in in an effort to save him- or herself from serious physical harm or even death. In some instances, guilty feelings result from the fact that others may have been seriously harmed more than the victim herself. This is referred to as survivor’s guilt. 6. Feeling “dirty”: Self-image frequently suffers as a result of the assault. Many victims report feeling “dirty” and may take frequent showers in an effort to feel clean. 7. Depression: Another common reaction to sexual assault is a sense of sadness or depression. There may be feelings of hopelessness and despair, frequent crying spells, and sometimes even thoughts of suicide. A loss of interest in activities and things that previously were enjoyable often accompanies these feelings of sadness and despair. Nothing seems like it is fun anymore. 8. Disrupted relationships: It is not unusual to see a disruption in relationships with others after a sexual assault. This is, in part, a result of the withdrawn behavior that frequently accompanies sadness and depression. The victim may also feel embarrassment and ashamed about what happened to them. However, the support of friends and family plays a vitally important role in the victim’s recovery from the trauma of sexual assault. 7
  • 9. Loss of interest in sex: After an assault it is not unusual for the victim to experience a significant loss of interest in sexual relations. It is understandable that sexual assault trauma would lead to an avoidance of sexual activity. There may be other factors involved, however. For instance, it is very common for people who are depressed to experience a decrease in libido or sexual drive.Sexual Paraphilias (Sexual Deviations)Definition: Receiving Sexual Arousal or Gratification in Response to Objects, Situations, and/or Non-Consenting PartnersSexual paraphilias are commonly referred to as “sexual deviations”. There are four of these disorders, 1)sexual dysfunctions, 2) paraphilias, 3) gender identity disorders, and 4) sexual disorder not otherwisespecified.The essential feature of a paraphiliac disorder is reoccurring sexual urges and sexually arousing fantasiesgenerally involving: (1) Non-human objects, (2) the suffering or humiliation of oneselfor one’s partner (notmerely simulated), or (3) children or other nonconsenting partners.For some individuals with a paraphilia, the paraphiliac fantasies or stimuli may always benecessary for eroticarousal and are always included in the individual’s sexual activity (including criminal activity).In others, it occurs only episodically, i.e. during periods of stress. At other times, the person canfunctionsexually without the paraphiliac fantasy or stimuli. In some instances, the paraphiliacbehavior may becomethe major sexual activity in this person’s life.It is commonly accepted that when an individual is identified as having one paraphilia, there areat least one ormore additional paraphilias. These individuals rarely seek treatment on their own; usually they come to theattention of mental health professionals only when their behavior has brought them into conflict with sexualpartners or society (i.e. they get arrested for criminal behavior).Any or all of the paraphilias may be exhibited by an offender during a sexual assault of a victim (adult orchild). The following is a comparison of the recognized sexual paraphilias to criminal conduct:COPROPHILIA False imprisonment, assault.Feces.EXHIBITIONISM Indecent exposure.The exposure of one’s genitals to a stranger. Disorderly (lewd) conduct.FETISHISM Burglary, theft, rape.Nonliving objects (fetishes). The individualfrequently masturbates while holding, rubbing orsmelling the object or asks his partner to wearthe object.FROTTEURISM Assault, battery, sexual battery. 8
  • Touching or rubbing against a nonconsenting (orunknowing) partner.HYPOXYPHILIA Accidental death, involuntary manslaughter.(KOTZWARRAISM)Producing sexual excitement bymechanical or chemical asphyxiation (hypoxia).INFIBULATION Assault with a deadly weapon, kidnapping, sexualCutting, alteration, branding, infusion of the battery, mayhem.genitals (one’s own or another’s)KLISMAPHILIA Penetration by foreign object.Enemas.MASOCHISM Disorderly conduct; prostitution.The person is aroused by being humiliated,beaten, bound, or otherwise made to suffer.NECROPHILIA Burglary, unauthorized mutilation, theft.Sexual arousal with corpses.PARTIALISM Sexual battery, assault, assault with a deadly weapon.Exclusive focus on part of a body (living).PEDOPHILIA Rape, lewd or lascivious acts with a child, oral copulation,Sexual attraction to another who is legally a child penetration by foreign object, sodomy, annoying(prepubescent child). children, child pornography, kidnapping.PIQUERISM Assault with a deadly weapon, sexual battery, mayhem,Piercing of the body. tattooing.SADISM Rape, oral copulation, sodomy, penetration by foreignReceiving sexual arousal or gratification object, assault with a deadly weapon, kidnapping,inresponse to another’s suffering (physical murder.orpsychological).TELEPHONE SCATOLOGIA Obscene phone calls.Talking lewdly, on the telephone, usually tostrangers.TRANSVESTISM Disorderly conduct, prostitution, theft, burglary, robbery.Cross-dressing, wearing the clothing of theopposite sex. 9
  • UROPHILIA Assault, false imprisonment.Urine.VOYEURISM Disorderly conduct; “peeping” and prowling.Observing unsuspecting people who are naked orengaging in sexual activity.ZOOPHILIA Sexually assaulting an animal.Animals.Texas law covers a long list of sex crimes, from rape and sexual assault to statutory rape and indecentexposure. They are all serious offenses, but among the most serious is involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.Similar to rape, it’s a crime centered around forcible sexual intercourse. Penalties can be severe, especially if achild is involved.If you are facing involuntary deviate sexualintercourse charges in the Dallas area, contactDallas Lawyer Charles Johnson, an experiencedinvoluntary deviate sexual intercourse defenseattorney in Texas. Call today. It is important tostart working on your defense right away.We Defend All Sex Crime ChargesOur sexual assault defense practice helps peoplecharged with, but not limited to:  Child molestation, possession of child pornography, sexual assault  Statutory rape, sodomy, rape  Deviant sexual assault, sexual misconduct, enticement of minorsA conviction can mean jail or prison time as well as thousands of dollars of fines. A conviction can also requirelifetime registration as a sexual offender. These sex offender registrations are open to the public includingfamily members and employers. Failure to register as a sex offender can result in new convictions andincarceration.Through training and experience we have a unique view and ability to handle theses types of cases. Thesetypes of cases have unique and special rules that other types of cases do not. We have experience to dealwith those issues such as:  Special hearsay rules for child witnesses  Dealing with forensic interviews by law enforcement or therapists.  Interpreting clinical medical exams such as SAFE exams.  Obtaining and using evidence of prior instances of abuse from state agencies.  Dealing with the child witness on the witness stand. 10
  • No matter what type of sex crime you are charged with, we will respect your dignity and work to protect yourreputation.Hire the Best Sexual Assault Lawyer: Dallas Criminal Lawyer Charles JohnsonSexual Assault is a serious, life-changing event and allegation, which is why the courts take the claims soseriously. However, too frequently, there is a lack of evidence and witnesses that helps the criminal defenseattorney working for the defendant to win the case. A defendant may sometimes avoid prosecution andpunishment simply by just claiming a rape, molestation, attempted rape or other sexual assault act neverhappened.Sometimes the prosecutor’s office is so inundated with cases that your personal case may not receive theattention it deserves. With extensive expertise in the area of sexual assault, good criminal defense lawyers arein a unique position to predict the probable legal maneuvers of the defendant’s lawyers and to address andchallenge those maneuvers before they become an issue or a possible way for the defense lawyers to win theirclient’s case.For this reason it is an extremely smart idea to hire the best criminal defense attorney to ensure your case isgiven the time and importance it should have. Contact Dallas Lawyer Charles Johnson directly at (214)234-0111 now to discuss your case. He is available around the clock to take your call.Posts Related to Legal Options for Charges of Sexual Assault By Dallas SexCrimes Lawyer Charles Johnson  Arrested For Sexual Assault of a Child? Dallas Sex Crimes Lawyer Charles Johnson Can Protect You From Wrongful Conviction The Charles Johnson Law Firm, Texas premier criminal defense law firm, provides representation to clients charged with all types of sex crimes, including sex assault ...  Top Dallas Domestic Violence Lawyer: Coping With An Arrest for Domestic Violence? Family Violence is a problem that affects every town, city, country and nation. Domestic Violence covers a broad spectrum of violence between couples, spouses, members ...  Arrested For Child Pornography in Dallas? Hire the Right Dallas Criminal Lawyer Dallas Lawyer Charles Johnson aggressively defends clients charged with a sexual offense. He handles all sexual offense charges, whether in state or federal court, and ...  ➥ Top Dallas Criminal Lawyer » Arrested for Assault & Battery? How To Maximize Your Odds Of Avoiding a Conviction Hire the Most Respected Dallas Assault Attorney! Being found guilty of Assault may bring critical penalties including jail or prison time, fines and probation. If ...  Online Solicitation of a Child Charges: An Expert Dallas Criminal Lawyer Can Make a Difference 11
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