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Sexual assault is any sexual behavior or contact that happens without the stated consent of the receiver. Often, sexual assault refers to forced intercourse or groping, but can also refer to any sexual activities that occur without consent.

If you have been charged with sexual assault or any other sex crime, it is critical that you speak with defense counsel immediately. These are serious allegations that can lead to lasting ramifications for the accused. At Calfas Law Group, our San Antonio sex crimes lawyers understand the severity of these cases and what can be done to protect and even vindicate our clients from the allegations against them.

Start Fighting Your Case Today. Contact our offices at Calfas Law Group to request an initial, confidential case evaluation with our team.

Sex Crimes in Texas

Sex crimes are treated severely, with those who are prosecuted being forced to register as sex offenders along with any other jail time or fines associated. There are also many charges that can qualify as a sex crime.

Rape is any type of sex that happens without consent. Rape does not have to be through vaginal intercourse to qualify as rape. If someone has been forced to participate in oral, anal or any other kind of sexual activities without giving his or her stated permission, then the state considers the action to be rape. Many rapes occur by people whom the victim already knows. If a person has been raped by someone he or she knows, then the charge may be called date rape.

Additionally, if alleged victims have been given drugs, alcohol or some other substance that inhibits their ability to make decisions, stated consent does not necessarily qualify as actual consent. Rape charges often result in felony charges with possible jail time and probation if released.

Statutory Rape
The state of Texas defines statutory rape as sexual activity involving a person aged 18 or older with a person who is 17 years old or younger.

Even if the younger party gave his or her explicit and sober consent, statutory rape is still illegal. Persons 17 and younger are considered minors; therefore, their mental and emotional faculties are incapable of giving clear and reasoned decisions regarding consent.

Statutory rapes are often charged as felonies with possible jail time and fines. The only way a statutory rape could be charged as anything less than a felony is if the consenting parties are three years or less apart in age. Even then, the older party could still be charged with statutory rape, but with a lessened conviction.

Prostitution or Solicitation
Prostitution is the act of engaging in sexual activities with monetary exchange. Solicitation of prostitution is the act of purchasing sexual activities. In Texas, both actions are considered no less than a Class B misdemeanor with possible jail time and fines.

The Time to Act Is Now

As in any criminal case, sex crime allegations call for insightful, proactive invention from defense counsel. At Calfas Law Group, our legal team includes former prosecutors who know how the State of Texas pursues convictions in these cases. We're well-versed in navigating this process and ensuring that our client and the allegations against them receive the consideration they deserve.

It can be possible to fight against these allegations. Call 210-405-8315 to speak with our team at Calfas Law Group.

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    Neil Calfas


    Born and raised here, Neil has a true appreciation for the San Antonio and South Texas culture. Attended Roosevelt High School, University of Texas in Austin, San Antonio College, University of Texas at San Antonio, and St. Mary’s University College of Law. Neil began his legal career working for the very Best Criminal Defense Lawyers of their time.
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    Chase W. Butler


    Mr. Butler has been part of the Texas legal system for his entire life. From a family of attorneys and elected judges, Mr. Butler believes the practice of law is based on hard work, faith, and personal client relationships.
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    Frank E. Gonzalez


    Attorney Frank (Francis) E. Gonzalez is a life-long resident of San Antonio, Texas, having grown up just north of downtown. Frank has been licensed to practice law for 35 years, and comes from a family of attorneys, former judges, and former elected public servants.
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    Attorney Jason Wolff is a 7 th generation San Antonian. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Texas at San ...

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