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Aggravated Sexual Assault –
Aggravated sexual assault – Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child.
A 40 year old man was found guilty for the felony offenses of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child and Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child (2 counts). On April 20, 2012 the Presiding Judge Michael Seiler of the 435th District Court of Montgomery County, Texas, sentenced the perpetrator to (3) Life sentences to run consecutively to each other.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office Crimes Against Children Unit, presented evidence of the continuous sexual abuse of a female member of the perpetrator’s family, beginning at age 12 and continuing until age 16, including the child’s own testimony, DNA testimony, and video and photographic evidence made by the perpetrator.
Montgomery County District
Hope for Children Foundation, the children, families and neighborhoods we serve recognize and thank the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office Crimes Against Children Unit for a job well done in protecting this innocent child, other family members, and other persons living in communities of Montgomery County, Texas.
These types of cases are very challenging for any District Attorney’s Office to prosecute even when plenty of evidence exist to offer a judge and/or jury. The attorneys representing the alleged perpetrator make a career out of doing their best for the alleged criminal walks free without any time in jail for the alleged crimes. It is our belief additional laws should be established to hold these attorneys accountable for their actions for justice to prevail. The FBI reported 97% percent of abused children reported to the legal system are not protected by the legal system. We spot checked this statistic nationwide. We can verify that estimate is accurate. Many reasons exist why victims fall through the cracks of the legal system and we must all do a better job in fighting for the legal rights of the victims.
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