Sex Offenses

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Defense Against Sex Crime Charges

Military Sex Offenses Lawyer

Being accused of a sex crime of any kind is a serious situation for someone in the military. As a service member, you will face criminal proceedings in military court, in the form of a court-martial.

Having the most effective legal counsel at your sex offense court-martial will be essential to avoiding maximum penalties and a conviction that will affect you for the rest of your life. Particularly with criminal offenses of a sexual nature, you may face extreme penalties and a ruined reputation and military career.

The Uniform code of Military Justice states that sexual assault occurs when an individual commits a sexual act upon another person by:

  • Threatening
  • Causing bodily harm
  • Pretending to be another person
  • Using the false pretense that the act is for professional purposes

With over 20 years in military criminal defense, 10 years in the Marines and another 10 years in the Marine Corps Reserves, attorney Guy Womack has the extensive experience you can rely upon in the face of your sex crime charges. With his familiarity of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and his ability to effectively represent service members’ interests even in the face of the most serious of charges, Guy Womack and his competent legal team can offer you the legal counsel you deserve. The firm is located in Houston, Texas and the attorneys take on cases throughout the U.S. and internationally.

To learn how we can help, call military sex offense lawyers at (713) 364-9913 today.

Experienced Military Sex Offenses Attorney

Many cases involving sex crimes come down to a matter of consent. Particularly in cases such as sexual assault, rape, and sexual battery, whether the alleged victim gave consent to the act may affect whether the act was illegal. At times, allegations of a sex offense may be made for reasons of revenge, jealousy, anger, or even a misunderstanding. In these situations, it is important that you have a lawyer who can look to all the intricate details of the case and work to ensure the prosecution does not acquire enough admissible evidence to reach a conviction.

Put 60 Years of Experience on Your Side Today

If you are a service member who has been accused of any type of sex offense, contact a military criminal defense lawyer from Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. today for a free consultation. We can act as strong advocates for your rights and work to protect your future.

To begin discussing your legal options, contact our military sex offense attorney today and schedule a free consultation. Call us at (713) 364-9913.

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At Womack & Associates we always fight for the best possible results for our clients and our track record shows that. We've handled 1,000s of jury trials in state, federal, and military courts and have maintained a high rate of not-guilty verdicts, acquittals, and dismissals.
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