Representation That Will Go The Distance For You

artist rendition of Will Vaughn
artist rendition of Will Vaughn

You Deserve The Presumption Of Innocence

If the state has charged you with sexual assault or another sex crime, you might feel like the world has presumed you are guilty instead of innocent. When you are up against the powerful justice system and the courtroom of public opinion, Vaughn Law can level the playing field. Our criminal defense attorney has spent years assertively defending the rights of Texans against serious sex crime charges such as:

  • Indecent exposure
  • Solicitation
  • Sexting
  • Child pornography
  • Sexual battery
  • Sexual assault
  • Rape

The environment that we create for our clients is caring, approachable and nonjudgmental. As your defense team, we will uphold the presumption of innocence for you when it seems as if the rest of the world does not.

Protecting Your Rights As A Parent

Conviction for a sex offense – or a mere accusation – can place your rights as a parent in jeopardy. The court will not hesitate to withhold your conservatorship and possession rights if you have a sex crime allegation against you. Our attorney regularly helps clients protect their parental rights so they can maintain a regular conservatorship or possession arrangement with their children.

What To Know About The Sex Offender Registry In Texas

Conviction for most sex crimes requires the perpetrator to register as a sex offender with the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry. Registration as a sex offender means you cannot live within a certain distance of schools, day care centers and other facilities for children. However, the stigma that accompanies sex crimes turns people into pariahs after they have served their debt to society. We know how severely sex offender registration can harm your life, so our attorney fights zealously to keep you off the list.

Get The Criminal Defense You Deserve

Against a sex crime charge, you need the strong advocacy of Vaughn Law. Learn more about how we can protect your rights by scheduling a free, confidential consultation with a lawyer. Call 281-699-6173 or send us an email to begin.