Improper Relationship Between Teacher and Student

An individual may be charged with improper relationship between an educator and student if he or she engages in sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a student at the school in which he or she works, if he or she solicits a student online, and in other circumstances.

Improper relationship between educator and student is a second-degree felony. If convicted, an individual may face fines, imprisonment, mandatory sex offender registration, as well as professional consequences.

Shook & Gunter in Dallas, Texas, defends individuals who have been charged with improper relationship between educator and student and other sex crimes. To schedule a free consultation where you can learn about your specific defense options, please contact our Dallas law firm online.

Defending Educators

When an educator is found guilty of having a sexual relationship with a student, the stakes are high both personally and professionally. Besides criminal penalties that may include imprisonment, an individual may face mandatory sex offender registration and the end of a career as an educator. The social stigma of these allegations can be long-lasting.

Our law firm defends teachers, coaches, school counselors, and other school employees who have been charged with having an improper relationship with a student. These are extremely serious charges that require prompt and aggressive defense. We will apply our skills and experience — along with our unique perspective as former prosecutors — to craft the most powerful defense possible.

Free Consultation · Contact a Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been accused of having an improper relationship with a student, do not delay talking to an experienced criminal defense attorney. To speak to a lawyer and to schedule a free consultation, Contact us online or call 214-850-9229 .