Law Office of 

​Lawrence C. McCotter

Aggressive Defense Attorney of Criminal and Juvenile Charges

THE WOODLANDS - CONROE - SPRING - HOUSTON - HUNTSVILLE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY - HARRIS COUNTY - WALKER COUNTY

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Sex Offenses
If you have been accused of a sexual offense or a computer crime, is it hopeless?  NO.

It is becoming more and more common for accusations to be made of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Indecency with a Child, Online Solicitation of a Minor and Possession of Child Pornography, in both adult and juvenile courts.

The consequences of a conviction in such matters are extreme. Even if prison time is avoided, a conviction or juvenile adjudication in such matters can result in the requirement to register as a sex offender for ten years or for the rest of one’s life, and to have one’s photograph and address flashed on the computer screen of anyone in the world who decides to access the state’s sex offender registry site.  Registration can often be avoided completely in many juvenile cases. 



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  • Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
  • Indecency with a Child
  • Online Solicitation of a Minor 
  • Possession of Child Pornography

Registration can often be avoided completely in many juvenile cases. 

It is well established and understood by experts that many accusations of indecency with a child and sexual assault of a child are false. Many are grossly exaggerated. The reasons giving rise to false accusations of such conduct are varied. A child can imagine or dream such an incident. Perhaps the child was abused by another previously and misinterpreted and then exaggerated innocent incidental contact. Children have been known to fabricate such accusations because they were angry at the accused or were jealous, even for the most trivial reasons. Children can be led to make such claims by another angry or jealous adult, such as the accused’s spouse or lover. They are too young to comprehend how grave such a false accusation can be.

Larry will carefully examine all of the evidence, how it was obtained, search warrants, etc., and fight for your defense. These cases can be defended and won, or at least the punishments can be mitigated.