Sex Offenders Not as Likely to Re-Offend as Previously Thought

November 11th, 2011 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense

Conventional wisdom says that sex offenders need to be harshly punished for their crimes because of their propensity for recidivism. In fact, Texas sex crimes defense attorneys routinely see people convicted of sexually-based offenses sentenced to long prison terms, civilly committed to state institutions or placed on sex offender registries in an attempt to prevent […]

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