Attorney David Reyna
Sex Crime Offenses
If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense related to an accusation of a sex crime, immediately contact attorney David Reyna. Being charged with a sex crime will always require a criminal defense attorney with experience handling those types of cases. Sex offenses are some of the most strictly prosecuted crimes in the state of Texas. Prosecutors will do everything in their power to ensure that you receive the steepest penalties available and will quickly throw you into jail, and force you to pay expensive fines. Even an arrest and accusation of a sex crime can be demeaning and embarrassing and have a negative connotation as to the quality of your character.
There are many different crimes that may be classified as sex offenses under the law and subject an individual to registration requirements; many, if not most of which, don’t involve children at all. As a result, the punishment and consequences of a conviction or deferred adjudication for a sex offense are very serious. They can cause one to experience difficulties for the rest of one’s life in social settings, obtaining employment, and renting an apartment. Attorney David Reyna will work diligently to provide you with a trusted defense and aggressive representation for your case. He understands the fine attention to detail that is needed to provide an effective criminal defense. David will cross-examine witnesses and gather necessary evidence to support your side of the case.
If you or someone you care about has been charged with a sex crime in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and need experienced legal advice up to and including criminal defense in the court of law call David Reyna at 214-946-0600 to discuss your case.
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