Sex Offenses Are Serious Criminal Charges. You Need Serious Representation.

Everyone knows that having a criminal record can be damaging. That said, while most criminal charges can have a detrimental effect on your reputation and life, sex offense charges can be simply devastating.

When facing sex-related criminal charges in Texas, you can't afford to do without the counsel of an experienced criminal defense attorney, one who will be committed to finding every possible way to give your case a positive outcome. For more than 35 years, attorney Thomas Lochry has worked to give clients in the Metroplex a fighting chance to avoid the jail time, fines and other serious consequences of a criminal conviction.

The government has prosecutors whose job is to see that you receive the maximum punishment possible. You deserve a lawyer who will stand up to zealous prosecutors and fight to protect your freedom and future.

Dallas Attorneys Who Will Stand By Your Side At Every Stage Of Your Case

Forget the consequences of a criminal conviction — even being accused of a sex offense in Texas can be enough to do lasting damage to your community reputation and professional life. That's why the firm's attorneys will take an aggressive, proactive approach in your defense beginning with your first, confidential consultation.

The Law Office of Thomas J. Lochry, P.C., represents people facing misdemeanor and felony-level sex crime charges, including:

  • Sexual assault
  • Indecency with a child
  • Continuous sexual abuse of a young child or children
  • Public lewdness
  • Indecent exposure
  • Improper relationship between educator and student
  • Improper photography or visual recording

By speaking with an attorney as soon as possible, you will give your legal team the time necessary to investigate every aspect of your case and determine whether negotiating with the prosecution or taking your case to trial is the better approach to resolving your case successfully. Arrange a consultation with lawyers experienced in Texas' sex crime laws by calling 214-865-7523, or send an email.

If you or your loved one is facing sex crime charges, you probably have questions about the state's sex offender registry law. The firm's attorneys can identify any ways to help you avoid mandatory registration, or determine whether you are eligible to deregister for a previous conviction.