What You Should Know About Sexual Assault Charges

December 3rd, 2020 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense

Sexual assault, like many other types of sex crimes, is the kind of charge that tends to be judged harshly, even before a defendant is able to give his or her side of the story. Having an experienced attorney on your side who can help you launch a defense as soon as possible after an […]

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Can I Be Charged with a Felony If I Fail to Update My Sex Offender Registration?

October 26th, 2018 by Tad Nelson in Sex Crime

Many convictions for sex offenses and sex crimes in Texas carry with it a requirement to register as a sex offender. In many cases, this means the offender must annually update law enforcement about their address, employment, and even vehicle registration, for the rest of their life. And failure to register as required carries significant […]

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Can a Texas City Restrict Where a Convicted Sex Offender May Live?

August 24th, 2018 by Tad Nelson in Sex Crime

One of the well-known consequences of a sex crimes conviction in Texas is being forced to register as a sex offender. The Texas Public Sex Offender Registry (SOR) applies to both adults and juveniles convicted of certain crimes. A qualified offender must register with the local law enforcement agency of the city or county where […]

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Houston Cell Phone Photos Lead to Arrest, $20,000 Bond

March 15th, 2012 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense

A 58-year-old man was caught taking pictures on his cell phone of a young girl at a local Wal-Mart by the girl’s mother. She alerted a store employee who then called 911. Once police arrived, they were able to identify the photographer as a convicted sex offender, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s office. He […]

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